|P.T. McHugh introduces fifteen-year-old Jason Evans – much like any other high school student except for his special ability to jump through time assisted by some very special stones – in Keeper of the Black Stones. Jason isn’t the only one with access to the stones, and he must confront an adversary who has captured Jason’s grandfather and is bent on destroying the timeline as we know it.|
Awkward in his own skin, shy around girls and worried about anything and everything, Jason Evans is just like a million other teenage boys in high school, with one very large exception: he has been given a gift that allows him to jump through time. A set of stones has fallen into his lap that gives him access to any place - and any time - that he chooses. But along with that gift comes the responsibility of stopping the man who is using those very stones to travel through time and change history for his own purposes.
About the Author
PT McHugh was a fan of math in school. He was born and raised in New Hampshire and went to college to become a construction engineer. His world used to be straight lines, angles, and equations. PT now lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with his wife and two daughters, daring to dream of alternate worlds and cheering for his beloved Patriots.