'If the Worlds don't kill them, the Authorities will.
What if instead of one world, there were many? What if you were born with a bloodline that enabled you to effortlessly travel between worlds? What if the cost of visiting those other worlds meant someone would be sent after you, to kill you? If there was nothing for you in the world you're in except misery... would you risk leaving?
Conceived as an eight-book series, each of the Wanderers of the World novels will be be released every six months beginning 2015.
'What if, instead of one world, there were many? What if you could effortlessly travel between worlds? What if visiting other worlds meant someone would be sent to kill you?If there was nothing but misery in your world... would you risk leaving?
Daeson of Cloverlea has the ability to know when people are lying. Forced out of his home and lured out of his world, Daeson is trapped in a city where he doesn't understand the language and everyone is hostile.Hawke Aron of Donovan Court is kidnapped by a rogue group of Wanderers. While on the move, he discovers that he has Wanderer blood too. By the time he learns to control his power, he is at the mercy of a more ruthless enemy.
Synjan Walker is a fixer. She is strong-minded, capable and loyal to a fault. If the Authorities ever arrest her for her crimes, she wouldn't go to prison but to a laboratory. She is a Wanderer Navigator and the Authorities would love to get their hands on her blood.
The Authorities are innovators, technological giants and tireless explorers. Their manufactured portal allows them to access the resources of every world. They enforce a strict regimen for Interworld travel that they protect at all costs' (publication blurb)
'Synjan and Daeson meet by chance in the back alley of the Queen. Their short discussion reveals that they have been purposefully kept apart but to what end, neither of them know. Daeson spends the day at the Queen seeking information about Synjan while she infiltrates the Authority base at its most chaotic–minutes after a terrorist attack. They both make shocking discoveries that lead to the death of friends and Daeson has to reveal his Healer ability in order to save a stranger.
Once Hawke turns thirteen, he is considered mature enough to return to his home world on the proviso that he keeps the secret of other worlds. His sponsor, Cayden, acts as his guide and travelling companion and Hawke discovers that going back home isn't what he expected. As his fourteenth birthday looms, Hawke is under increasing pressure to make a decision that will impact the rest of his life. He finds a way to exact revenge on those who've made his life difficult at Willets Academy, makes a connection with one of Cayden's contacts and reaches out to Ellis.
When the Hunter arrives to join the chase, he finds his prey has already been captured but he learns something about the imprisoned Wanderer nobody expected. On return from his mission he takes the time to revisit the woman who's haunted him for years... and realises he has a lot to say to her' (publication blurb).