Book Cover & Blurb: Intangible

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New YA Fantasy for review: Intangible

Tuscon, AZ – Dr. C.A. Gray has released her new YA fantasy novel, Intangible.

Peter Stewart is a nerdy 14-year-old British kid who grew up on a unique version of the Arthurian legends taught him by his father, a harebrained quantum physicist who asserts that anything is possible.  In order to safeguard against disappointment, Peter has come to reject anything which cannot be scientifically explained, despite a nagging sense that there is more to the world than meets the eye.

But when a mysterious stranger stages an accident which nearly costs Peter and three of his schoolmates their lives, suddenly he finds himself transported into a city where citizens speak a language of power called the Ancient Tongue, fairy tale creatures roam freely, and an organization that calls themselves the Watchers admits to keeping tabs on Peter all his life.  Little by little, Peter discovers the truth of his father’s stories… including the existence of Arthur’s ancient nemesis, one who calls himself the Shadow Lord, and a prophecy with implications so profound that it will alter not only the course of Peter’s life, but potentially the fate of the world.

INTANGIBLE is a work of young adult fantasy fiction set in both modern-day Norwich, England, and in the fictional city of Carlion, the counterpart of Camelot.  The novel interprets Arthurian legends and traditional elements of fantasy through the lens of modern concepts of quantum physics, explained in metaphor appropriate to a younger audience.

About the book: Intangible by Dr. C.A. Gray ISBN: 978-0-9911858-0-1 Publisher: Wanderlust Publishing Date of publish: November 2013 Pages: 479 S.R.P.: (pb) $14.99 (eb)  $ 2.99

About the author: C.A. Gray is a Naturopathic Medical Doctor (NMD), with a primary care practice in Tucson, Arizona.  She has always been captivated by the power of a good story, fictional or otherwise, which is probably why she loves holistic medicine: a patient’s physical health is invariably intertwined with his or her life story, and she believes that the one can only be understood in context with the other.

Her favorite fictional tales have always been epic battles of good versus evil, with a strong tendency towards parable.  An idealist herself, she has always been convinced that these stories have something deeply true to tell us about the human condition, and that is why we love them so much… or at least that’s why she does.

She still wants to be everything when she grows up.  She moonlights as a college chemistry teacher (she has a degree in biochemistry, with minors in Spanish and Creative Writing), does theater when she gets the chance, sings, plays piano, was once a personal trainer and in coffee shop management.  She is blessed with exceptionally supportive family and friends, and thanks God for them every single day!

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5 thoughts on “Book Cover & Blurb: Intangible

      • You know, I didn’t mean another person with my name (of course spelled differently) until I was 18. My mom wanted my name to be unique as she suffered through so many classes in school with girls having the same name (Toni). Her plan worked. LOL I really didn’t care much for my name until I began to respect my inner identity. I now love my name! I still have a trying time finding things with that name and always have to personally order items with that name spelling. But that’s okay.
        What is your book about? Is it a WIP or published. Perhaps it could be another book to add to my to be read list! 🙂
        By the way, I have always loved the name Sophie. 🙂
        Cheers,
        Michala

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