Attack of the Intergalactic Soul Hunters

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 203 pages
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When not fending off school bullies, Conrad and his best friend Knowlton are wrapped up in Infinite Destiny, their favorite sci-fi television show. It's no wonder Conrad often dreams about aliens and space chases, but one day the two science fiction geeks discover that these dreams are actual past-life memories.

Long ago Conrad and Knowlton were alien soldiers battling evil forces of Deltran Prime. Now a villain from Conrad's dreams, Cyscope, has come to Earth to track him down. The cruel admiral of the Deltran galactic empire will stop at nothing to find the Shadow Matrix, a monumental object powerful enough to upset the balance of the galaxy . . . and only Conrad knows where it is. With help from Lysta, a psychic, and Pakfrida, a wise spirit from their former lives, the two boys escape the clutches of Cyscope and his Hunters, but can they outrun the galactic enforcers forever?


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Timothy Carter’s short stories have appeared in several magazines throughout Canada, the United States, and Ireland. Epoch is his first young adult novel. He patiently awaits the end of the world in Toronto, Canada.

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