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Tomorrowland - A. Sonsin

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Tomorrowland: A Novel by A. Sonsin

A Thrilling Adventure Set in a World of Wonder and Danger

In a world where the line between reality and imagination is blurred, where the past and future collide, lies Tomorrowland. A place of infinite possibilities, where anything is possible and dreams come true. But it is also a place of great danger, where dark forces threaten to destroy everything that makes it special.

A Young Girl's Quest to Save the World

Enter Anya, a young girl who stumbles upon a hidden portal to Tomorrowland. She is quickly drawn into a thrilling adventure, where she must use her courage and ingenuity to save the world from destruction. Along the way, she meets a cast of unforgettable characters, including a wise old inventor, a beautiful princess, and a mischievous robot.

A Story of Friendship, Courage, and Hope

Tomorrowland is a story of friendship, courage, and hope. It is a reminder that even in the darkest of times, there is always light at the end of the tunnel. It is a story that will stay with you long after you finish reading it.

Praise for Tomorrowland

"A thrilling adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end." - The New York Times

"A beautifully written story that will capture your imagination and leave you wanting more." - The Wall Street Journal

"A must-read for fans of science fiction, fantasy, and adventure." - The Washington Post

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About the Author

A. Sonsin is a New York Times bestselling author of science fiction and fantasy novels. His work has been translated into more than 20 languages and has sold millions of copies worldwide. He lives in California with his wife and two children.

Excerpt from Tomorrowland

Anya stared at the portal in disbelief. It was a swirling vortex of light and color, like something out of a dream. She had never seen anything like it before.

"What is it?" she asked.

"It's a portal to Tomorrowland," the old man said. "A place where anything is possible."

Anya's heart raced. She had always dreamed of going to Tomorrowland. She had read about it in books and seen it in movies. But she never thought she would actually get the chance to visit it.

"Can I go through it?" she asked.

"Of course," the old man said. "But be careful. Tomorrowland is not always what it seems."

Anya took a deep breath and stepped through the portal. She felt a strange sensation as she passed through it, like she was being transported to another world.

When she opened her eyes, she was standing in a beautiful meadow. The sun was shining, the birds were singing, and the flowers were blooming. It was like something out of a fairy tale.

Anya walked through the meadow, marveling at all the sights and sounds. She came to a river and saw a group of children playing in the water. They were laughing and splashing each other, and they looked like they were having the time of their lives.

Anya smiled and joined in the fun. She played with the children for hours, and she felt like she was finally home.

But as the day went on, Anya began to notice some strange things. The children were all the same age, and they never seemed to get tired. They also never seemed to age.

Anya started to wonder if she was really in Tomorrowland. She began to think that she might be in a dream, or even a nightmare.

She decided to find the old man and ask him what was going on. She found him sitting on a bench, watching the children play.

"What is this place?" she asked him.

"This is Tomorrowland," he said. "A place where anything is possible."

"But why are the children all the same age?" she asked. "And why don't they ever get tired?"

"Because they are not real," the old man said. "They are just figments of your imagination."

Anya was shocked. She couldn't believe that the children were not real. She felt like her whole world was crashing down around her.

"But why?" she asked. "Why would I imagine such a place?"

"Because you are afraid of growing up," the old man said. "You want to stay in a world where everything is perfect and nothing ever changes. But that is not possible. Life is full of change, and you have to learn to accept it."

Anya took a deep breath and tried to process what the old man had said. She knew that he was right. She was afraid of growing up, and she was trying to escape from reality.

But she also knew that she couldn't stay in Tomorrowland forever. She had to face the real world, no matter how scary it was.

"Thank you," she said to the old man. "I needed to hear that."

Anya turned and walked away from the old man. She knew that she would never forget her time in Tomorrowland, but she also knew that it was time for her to move on.

She stepped through the portal and returned to the real world. She took a deep breath and faced the future, ready for whatever it might bring.