Ilsa J. Bick
But this creates one more issue: "White Space" is nearly
identical to an unfinished novel about characters that jump off pages
into other stories. But she's never seen that manuscript. No one has
since the writer, killed years ago, never completed the book. Which
means she's blinked into the head of a dead guy?
Or has she tripped
into the nightmare of her own story? Because now Emma is trapped in a
bizarre, fog-shrouded valley with other kids who have their own dark
secrets and strange abilities.
The question then becomes is she real?
Are the others? Or are they just characters who have all fallen between
the lines into White Space-and can they escape before someone pens