In the right place at the wrong time.
Narrowly escaping from 2037, Matt awakens in limbo—he didn't travel far enough into the past. The Storm has already happened. He's caught in the middle, between the dystopia he left and the chaotic pre-Storm world he meant to reach. Worse, so much in this time is different than he expected. It's as if he's traveled to an alternate universe.
He has just three weeks—three weeks to set things straight, three weeks to prepare for his next time jump, and three weeks to save his mother's life. There's just one huge problem with that last one, a universal problem known as the butterfly effect. He wants to change the future to save her, but he can't until he jumps the Storm. Otherwise, he may change the future before he's in place to stop it and save billions; and that might prevent him from reaching the past in the first place. To add to his growing list of issues, anger begins to consume him. Matt fears this is a symptom of something much worse, something he won't be able to overcome. After all, it's built into his DNA.
Will Matt be able to overcome his instinct? Can he avoid the butterfly effect, or will he let his mother die all over again? Get your copy of Storm Jumper and find out.