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THE TRAVELLERS

By WritTrace All Rights Reserved ©

Romance / Scifi

Blurb

Their world was on the verge of the biggest scientific discovery of all time, before it all went wrong. An unplanned multi-core opening caused an explosion that shot them into a vortex wasteland. And now wormholes, that can pull individuals and cities to other parts of the world and into other world’s altogether, threaten to destroy the planet. And just when time is about to run out, a savior planet offers to take in every single person. But underneath all the tension and hopelessness is a pure story about a boy. In his attempts to make new friends, he gets a girl’s attention by throwing them both through a wormhole. The pair and an unlikely company of strangers must make their way back to safety before their world is destroyed. Along the way, they discover a lot about each other and what they can do to change the whole universe.

Prolougue

“My father sat me in his study every day and showed me how to use it. I memorized everything and learned new things, but there was something he said to me I would never forget.”

“What!”

He had a long hard think before he spoke and we could already tell he was changed with what he wanted to say. We remained still, staring at him, hoping he would say it. Because just beyond us was a new chance for our world and his words would determine what we do with it.

He laughed suddenly. “I didn’t really understand it myself. He said that the universe is a lot smaller than we realize. And we, us, the new generation were supposed to see it that way. With this,” He held up the device again, “We can make the universe as little as our backyard.”

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