Thirteen-year-old Anne Marie Hayden's eighth grade world falls apart after her father, a USMC gunnery sergeant, is deployed to Iraq. Her mother resorts to an old drinking habit, her best friend dumps her, and she gets stuck with the most unpopular girl in school. It takes courage to read a poem in front of her homeroom class, but she's even more courageous when she places crosses on a hill as a way to measure the cost of war.
In 1952, as UFOs appear across the nation, 16-year-old Allana Odette Blair is visited and marked. Still suffering from grief after accidentally killing her twin brother on December 7, 1941, she is considered unstable. Disbelieved and diagnosed with the Alice-in-Wonderland syndrome - after all, anyone claiming to have encountered small grey creatures and who continues to see an ever changeable dead is unable to separate reality from fantasy - she is lured into a relentless game that takes her through portals.
""Changed in the Night " is a book that has it all!"