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A mysterious clock controls time. What happens when it breaks?

The clock tower is the center of the town of Time. It counts down the hours, minutes, and seconds of every passing day. But unbeknownst to the local inhabitants, it is at the center of a great deal more than that. It is the center of the universe and controls time itself. But it is old and beginning to break, sending the world's inhabitants skipping forward and back through time.

Seventeen-year-old Jera Wythnos, betrothed to marry a powerful lord, runs to escape her responsibilities and pursue her dream of traveling the world. Hot on her heels is her betrothed, moving heaven and earth to find her before the wedding day.

Elian Stump is an outlaw on the run from a bungled heist, but he carries with him a dangerous secret that threatens to either free or ensnare the world.

They confront sinister forces at every turn, hell bent on preventing them from achieving their goal, and taking control of the clock tower for themselves.

The universe has chosen this unlikely pair to collect all three replacement clock pieces scattered across the world before the clock tower, and time, breaks for good. On their journey, they make friends and enemies, encounter strange and wonderful mythical creatures, and face their own internal demons.

©2015 Perrin Briar (P)2017 Perrin Briar

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Good for teens

The narrations was great, the story for me was just ok. I don't feel invested in it. I love Perrins work so I was a bit disappointed. My favorite character is a character that doesn't even talk, Pooka! I'm not certain I will continue the series but I may. It just had a lot going on & a few of the side stories sensed very unimportant.
It is a good clean story for young adults but as I said I don't feel vested in the characters.

I was voluntarily provided this review copy at no charge by the author, publisher and or narrator.

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Ordered by mistake

Ordered by mistake...was not allowed to return it immediately..only for members ...waste of money though