Time travel is a tricky theme for writers to tackle. It’s
difficult to make the events and reactions feel real and natural,
and to tie up all the loose ends of the plot. It’s even
harder to do all this and still explore other ideas in the story,
giving the fantastic aspects a foundation and relatability.
First-time novelist Selden Edwards's tale, THE LITTLE BOOK,
presents readers with the story of an amazing family, two members
of whom have become dislodged from linear time.
Beyond the incredible lives of three generations of the Burden
family, Edwards paints a picture of Europe on the brink of a new