From the moment Lyris is treated to coffee by a beautiful stranger, she has no idea that her life is about to change forever. In her enthusiasm to start at a new school with a new boyfriend, Lyris is almost able to look past his oddities. Almost. The way he eyes up her striking red hair. The way he loves that she’s seventeen. “The perfect age.” And the way he’s gone from all but begging to show her a specific room in a specific house to making her swear never to even think about it again. When Lyris doesn’t take his strange warnings seriously, she finds that nothing could have prepared her for what lay behind that door. Suddenly, Lyris finds herself in a world no one would believe. A world where she’s only a few inches tall and giants aren’t creatures from fairy tales. Where humans are no longer the dominant race, but pets auctioned off to the highest bidder. Lyris understands the true danger of such a place, but there seems to be one person on her side – her kind and surprised captor. And while Brindt appears to be sweet and trustworthy, he also straddles the line between seeing her as an equal and a cute animal. Lyris has to get home… before the one person can turn to becomes the one person who can’t let her go.
What Reviewers Are Saying About “To Nowhere”
“I really liked this unique story and would definitely recommend it to anyone interested in an original fantasy story with giants.” ~Clary at Paper Castles ~
“C.E. Wilson weaves a tale of, what feels like, old school sci-fi in a modern/alternate reality.”
~Amy at http://www.crazybookobsessions.blogspot.com/~
“C.E. Wilson has such an amazing imagination and way of story telling, and this shows predominantly in her book, To Nowhere. She has a great talent in writing beautiful YA books, and the way she constructs and depicts this fantastic fantasy world is just astounding! Once again, Ms. Wilson has won me over with her originality and her wild imagination, and I recommend this book to anyone who looks forward to a few giants, a nail biting and bewildering storyline and sympathetic and wondrous characters! ” ~A Readiculously Peachy review~
“I definitely recommend this book to everyone!! More people should be reading this, I am telling you now!”
~Theepika at http://itstheepika.blogspot.co.nz~