graduation is supposed to be that first real taste of freedom – but not
for eighteen-year-old Chloe Branson. Just as that breeze of freedom is
making its way into her galaxy, her secret-service-agent dad drops a
meteor-sized bomb of bad news on her and her sisters. An attempt has
been made on the lives of Canadian boyband, Spaceships Around Saturn,
during their USA tour, and the guys have to go into hiding ASAP. The
only problem? In the midst of the crisis and media frenzy, their dad
volunteered to hide the guys…in their house.
is as ecstatic as any self-proclaimed Saturnite would be, but Chloe and
her seventeen-year-old sister Aralie watch their summer plans crash and
burn like a falling star. The SAS guys aren’t happy with the situation,
either. Bad boy Jules picks fights with Aralie about everything from
his Twitter followers to his laundry, and heart-throb Benji can’t escape
Emery’s fangirlisms for more than three minutes.
But after the
super-cute Milo kisses Chloe during a game of hide-and-seek, she finally
understands what Emery means when she talks about SAS being “out of
this world.” If this is what Saturn feels like, Chloe doesn’t want to
come back to Earth.
1977, and Kenny Maxwell is dreading the move away from his friends. But
then, behind the walls of his family’s new falling-apart Victorian
home, he finds something incredible–a mummified baby and a note: “Help
me make it not happen, Kenny. Help me stop him.”
afterwards, a beautiful girl named Luka shows up. She introduces Kenny
to the backward glass, a mirror that allows them to travel through time.
Meeting other “mirror kids” in the past and future is exciting, but
there’s also danger. The urban legend of Prince Harming, who kidnaps and
kills children, is true–and he’s hunting them. When Kenny gets
stranded in the past, he must find the courage to answer a call for
help, change the fate of a baby–and confront his own destiny.
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