The Pages of Time, Book 1
After suffering a traumatic brain injury in a shocking terrorist attack, sixteen-year-old Sam Rayner wakes from a coma to discover that he has developed seizures during which he is transported into the body of his past or future self. Can Sam and his friends somehow defeat the sinister forces that want to use his powers for their own ends? Can they manage to save Sam’s family from violent deaths that are already in the past – and maybe also win the girl he loves – by turning back the pages of time?
A Trick of the Light, Book 1.5
It’s the summer of 1969, and as Apollo 11 touches down on the moon, Michael Humboldt, a soldier horrifically wounded in the Vietnam War, uses the strange and disturbing powers he has developed to escape a secure military hospital in San Francisco. Seeking to become the master of his own destiny, he travels the backroads of California in order to evade the police and military authorities who are searching for him. But before the year is out, Michael has fallen for the beautiful Rachel and returns to San Francisco to find the doctor who can help him control his powers. He is ultimately thrown into a deadly game of cat and mouse, the shockwaves of which will change his and many others' lives for decades to come.
Ripples of the Past, Book 2
After altering the past on the night of Christmas Eve, Sam Rayner finds himself trapped in a timeline in which he has no recollection of the last month. Although Sam and his friends are now safe, he has lost the girl he loves and remains no closer to reversing the plane crash that has torn his family apart. As he struggles to adapt to this unfamiliar reality, the seizures that without warning transport Sam through time suddenly return. Looking to regain some control over his life, and perhaps find a solution to his family’s financial troubles, he sets out to find a new supply of Tetradyamide, the drug that enhances his ability. It is a decision that will have dire consequences, as Sam is soon dragged into a conspiracy that runs far deeper than he could ever have imagined.