Thursday, February 28, 2013

Jump Boys by Alex Banks

Check out a new Middle Grade adventure by Alex Banks! I simply thrilled to share this release with you.

It's available as an ebook at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Kobo, with print coming soon. You can add it to Goodreads, too!

  • A dare gone terribly wrong.

  • An SOS from another universe.

  • A threat from right next door.

Thirteen-year-old twin brothers Jayce and Val are about to jump the multi-verses on a dangerous dare, but true danger is closer to home than they realize.

The Jupiter Prime colony has been orbiting the stormy gas giant for nineteen years and all anyone wants is to get back to Earth. Sent to preserve the best and brightest of the population, a grievous error in the Prime’s navigation coordinates sent the colony to an alternate dimension with no way to return to the Earth they call home.

In a society where technical expertise is valued above all else, Jayce and Val are among the most privileged—until they uncover their uncle’s plot to claim dominion over space and time. While attempting to rescue a lone girl from a post-apocalyptic earth, Val will come face to face with space pirates and Jayce will lay his life on the line for the sake of his brother and the little girl who holds the key to time itself.

Ali Cross is the sensei of the writer's dojo where she holds a black belt in awesome. She lives in Utah with her kickin' husband, two sparring sons, one ninja cat, two sumo dogs and four zen turtles.

She's the author the a young adult paranormal romance Desolation seriesFind Ali online: Blog |Facebook Twitter


C. Lee McKenzie said...

This sounds like fun! I love sci fi for MG readers. Thanks LM and good luck, Ali.

Kelly Hashway said...

Sounds pretty cool!

And can I just saw your banner is gorgeous. Look at all those books!

J.L. Campbell said...

Love the cover. You can't miss that this has Sci-Fi going on all over it. Hoping Alex does well with sales.

Pk Hrezo said...

I love the sound of this book! Yay for Ali!

DMS said...

This sounds like such a fun book! This is my firt time hearing of it. Thanks for sharing!