When James Wood arrived at summer camp, the only unusual thing about him was he'd changed schools three times in the past four years. But when he and four other teenagers are dropped off at camp by a man that seems to kw more about them than they do and trapped inside by an invisible barrier, life gets...weird. One girl accidentally teleports, James makes a sword appear on a table, and a baseball game between friends becomes much more exciting when the pitcher has the strength to throw the ball faster than the speed of sound. After several days, the man that trapped them returns, bearing the story of the past and powers they all share. He informs them they were born in Jericho, a civilization on the dark side of the moon. Their parents, leaders of the city, were betrayed by a close friend and forced to disperse across the United States. And w, fourteen years later, James is expected to lead his friends into battle against an enemy they've never heard of in order to protect a home ne of them remember. With his family already moved back into Jericho, James has where familiar to run back to. He must face the unkwn and fight or risk losing the only true friends he has ever kwn.
Reed Piller lives with her family in South Carolina. The Dark Side of the Moon is her first novel, and she is hard at work on the second in the series, Once in a Blue Moon. To learn more, visit www.reedpiller.com.