Rogue Owl Press, June 2021
With his small-town high school overtaken by a tyrannical new principal and his home in shambles after his mother's death, Ty plans to hit the road with his best friend and never look back. However, during a botched attempt to steal supplies, Ty witnesses an event that changes everything: his neighbor, a grizzled war hero and martial artist, vanishes into thin air. Ty soon learns that the mysterious power is more dangerous than he ever imagined. Hounded by an intrepid student journalist, relentless bullies, and even the military police, can Ty keep the secret safe?
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