The Fate of the World in the Hands of Two Teenagers

December 13, 2011
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Charles Pulsipher

To others at his new high school, Kaden is a typical teenage boy. To her friends and teachers, Aren is a typical teenage girl. But neither is what they appear to be, in Charles Pulsipher‘s fantasy novel “The Crystal Bridge.”

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Kaden, we learn, can open wormholes to distant worlds. Aren has a jaw-dropping gift of empathy that allows her to experience not just the memories but the souls of others.

So what happens when these two earnest young people meet and merge their unique abilities? Well, wait’ll you hear what happens.

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