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Fiction, Science fiction

Karen White can open 'doors' between universes. This power, which she shares with her brother and sister, has been suppressed since childhood. But now it appears in her teenage son, Michael, who is approached by a mysterious figure known only as the Grey Man, a figure who has haunted Karen's dreams for decades.

Fleeing to her sister Laura's reality, Karen and Michael undertake a terrifying and painful journey into the past, to discover the secret of their power - and the truth about the Grey Man and his masters.

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Robert Charles Wilson

Robert Charles Wilson (1953 - )
Robert Charles Wilson was born in California in 1953 but has spent most of his life in Canada, acquiring citizenship in 2007. He has won the Hugo, Theodore Sturgeon, Philip K. Dick and John W. Campbell Memorial Awards, and has been described by Stephen King as 'probably the finest science fiction author now writing'. Robert Charles Wilson lives near Toronto in Canada.

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