- By G. Clifton Wisler

The Antrian Messenger

  • Title: The Antrian Messenger
  • Author: G. Clifton Wisler
  • ISBN: 9780525671749
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Antrian Messenger A high school freshman knows that he is different from his strange dreams his precognition his scientific understandings yet in the space of a week his once ordinary life changes when the truth abo

    A high school freshman knows that he is different, from his strange dreams, his precognition, his scientific understandings yet in the space of a week his once ordinary life changes when the truth about himself is revealed.

    1 thought on “The Antrian Messenger

    1. Scott's always been a pretty ordinary kid--so he thinks--but when certain odd occurrences keep happening to him, he is left with tons of questions. Why is he having premonitions, and what will he sacrifice if he dedicates himself to stopping the disasters he's dreaming? Before long he uncovers the truth of his origin: he is not human, but Antrian, and an older and wiser companion named Tiaf is ready and waiting to teach him about his heritage (and his prophetic abilities, among other things). Bu [...]

    2. Mr. Wisler was primarily a western author, but he tried his hand at kids' science fiction once, and I appreciated his effort in these books. They were about a normal kid named Scott finding out he was not of this world, and after several strange occurrences were attributed to his alien abilities, he had to leave his family and go with his companion Tiaf, to move from town to town trying to make a difference. It was kind of an emotional roller coaster when I was a kid, to watch him trying to belo [...]

    3. This book was the first to truly grip me. I was in fourth grade and it sparked a lifetime of reading that will leave me forever in Mr. Wisler's debt.

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