Watermark's Book of the Week is Mr. Eternity by Aaron Thier.
Told from 5 first person naratives each occurring in a different century:
* 1560, a girl from the mythical El Dorado.
* 1750, a mixed race man is trying to pass as white in the Bahamas.
* 2015, a man in Florida obsessed with climate change
* 2200, an illiterate sailor out of Boston
* 2500, the Princess of St Louis in a much transformed America.
There is one constant, an immortal sailor named Daniel Dafoe who is the instigating force in each story. He's a charlataine, a teller of tales, a loyal friend and a hopeless romantic.
Online or in the store, Mr. Eternity is 30% off until October 24th.
The Children's Book of the Week this week is Top Prospect by Paul Volponi.
Told from multiple narrators with a range of perspectives, this story about a stand-out high school quarterback is inspired by real-life stories and includes vivid gameplay descriptions.
Online or in the store, Top Prospect is 30% off until October 24th.
"Three days after Caleb Raynor opened fire, the first house burned to the ground."