Can one man save the world from the Fracpocalypse?
When an experiment for renewable energy fails catastrophically, reality is at risk.
The world finds an unlikely hero: Afflicted with strange abilities, Drake Osborn is able to uncontrollably traverse time.
The world depends on him learning to control his gift, but can he do it in time? Or will reality Fracture?
A dark, apocalyptic scifi thriller.
What people are saying —
“Fractured,” the first novel by DS Mac, and rarely has a debut left me exhausted, rattled, and thrilled to this degree.
D. S. Mac’s debut is a stunning success. The main characters are beautifully written, relatable and, very humanly, flawed.
The graphic descriptions on every page keeps your imagination firing on all cylinders and puts you right into the heart of the action, feeling every pain and emotion, a tribute to the writing skill of this author.
It’s vivid, realistic, it stands out and jumps from the pages; it pulls you in, you feel the despair, the frustrating limits, the suffocating sense of claustrophobic time travel.