As Myra and her friends set out to find the First Continuum, they must navigate a hostile landscape and even more hostile inhabitants of other continuums with their own ideas about the future of the human race.
Jennifer Brody’s debut novel “The 13th Continuum” sold to Turner Publishing in a 3-book deal and is being packaged into a feature film. The book is the first in a trilogy and will publish on April 19, 2016. The second book is set to come out on November 1, 2016. She is a member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America. She lives and writes in LA.
After studying film at Harvard University, she began her career in Hollywood. Highlights include working for Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes and New Line Cinema, most notably on “The Lord of the Rings” films and “The Golden Compass”. Read More »
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What They Are Saying
Non-stop excitement and strong world-building combine to make The 13th Continuum a fantastic read for science fiction and dystopian fans alike…. Eagerly awaiting the next in this series!
– Rysa Walker, bestselling author of The Chronos Files
The books I loved as a YA reader profoundly informed my life. So I’m excited for all who are about to discover The 13th Continuum. Jennifer Brody has brought muscular, propulsive writing and big ideas to bear on an ambitious, dystopian landscape that dares to look past the near horizon. And dares to hope.
—Mark Ordesky, Executive Producer of The Lord of the Rings
A fascinating premise and compulsively readable debut. It totally sucked me in.
—Robin Talley, author of Lies We Tell Ourselves
I tore through Jennifer Brody’s The 13th Continuum at light speed. This fresh, fast-paced novel featuring a post-doom Earth will hook readers with its likable characters and thrilling stakes. But it’s the book’s action and hope for a better future that will keep readers turning the page and leave eager for the next installment.
—Mindee Arnet, critically acclaimed author of Avalon and the Arkwell Academy series
We’ve all had those novels that make us sad when they end, not because we didn’t like the story or characters… but because we liked them too much and there will never be another ‘first time’ to experience it – the characters, the world… the brilliant story. The 13th Continuum is one of those kinds of books.
—Kirby Howell, author of Autumn in the City of Angels