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Bureau of Time by Brett Michael Orr - Cover Reveal and Release Day

The very lovely Brett Michael Orr's debut novel, The Bureau of Time, is now available on Amazon. Brett Michael is a young Australian author and blogger and an active member of the #LoveOzYA community, and I'm very excited to be able to share this title with you. I love the sound of this book, and can't wait to read it.

Cover - 






THE BUREAU OF TIME is the debut YA SF/thriller novel from Brett Michael Orr, available now on Amazon Kindle and early 2016 on all other digital reading platforms, including, Kobo, iBookstore, and more. Stay up-to-date with The Bureau of Time by following @BrettMichaelOrr on Twitter!

Blurb - 


You can not change fate. Cassandra Wright is a Timewalker – a teenager with a genetic mutation that allows her to manipulate the flow of time. But her inexplicable powers have made her a target for Adjusters – monstrous assassins from a parallel universe.

Saved from almost certain death, Cassie is pulled into a secret agency sworn to defend our timeline against these threats: the Bureau of Temporal Integrity, Monitoring, and Execution. Cassie’s life soon becomes entwined with Shaun Briars – a reckless Timewalker with an alluring smile and dark suspicions about the Bureau itself.

When Cassie and Shaun cross into the parallel universe, they discover a world in the grips of nuclear winter, with a new war threatening to spill over into our universe. With time running out, they must learn the true history of Timewalkers, confront the unforgivable crimes of their future selves, and defy their own fate to save two worlds.

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