Touchstone (6. Fade to Grey) concludes the time travel saga exploring a small corner of an English city through a century of change.
Rachel makes a final journey to the past to ensure her mother, Lorna Foster, and father, Martyn Hines, have their fateful first kiss at a sweaty Ultravox gig in 1980. But Esther Parker is also making a play for Martyn, and if their romance is kindled, Rachel will never be born.
But she knows she is now up against both Danny and Kath Bright, two former friends and allies, now turned bitter enemies with growing superpowers. And Rachel’s own disturbing inner fire threatens to cut her off from her old life forever.
Can she be the simple village girl she longs to be, or must she accept that she might be a goddess?
It’s all set for an epic battle with destiny, both ends burning.
This 70,000-word novel is the sixth and final part of Touchstone Season 1 — a self-contained adventure set in 1980.
LENGTH: 70,000 words / 330 pages
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“So here we have it, the final part. When I started reading this series, I wasn’t sure I’d be giving it too much time. as it turned out, I read all 6 books back to back in a very short space of time.”
“I have thoroughly enjoyed the whole Touchstone series from Andy Conway and I have to say I’ve been eagerly awaiting this one, the last in the series. I wasn’t disappointed in any way! Absolutely superb! If you haven’t read this series yet – you simply must! Go and download Touchstone 1. The Sins of the Fathers – but beware – you will be hooked!!”
“Really, really good read. Got right into this set of books. The story line flowed very well and I liked the people in the story. I like time travel books.”
“A great series and a fine final episode probably the best yet and by far the longest .
Can’t wait for series two, I am going to miss going to bed with this book at night!”
“Perfect ending. I have discovered that there is such a thing as a sad ending which is also a happy ending. This series has had me hooked from start to finish. I’m sad it’s ended but glad it’s not the end. I’m now looking forward to the next season. Some things I wished had happened didn’t, but everything ended where it should be so my hopes for the story couldn’t really fit. It’s a magnificent story that has the correct ending.”