The Girl Who Fell Through Time
Book One: Beginnings
She is the daughter of a Japanese Samurai, swept forward 300 years by an unexplained wormhole. He is a maverick scientist, determined to solve the riddle of her journey through time. Together they must prevent a catastrophe that threatens to destroy everything that ever was or ever will be.
Tokyo-based physicist Peter Walker attempts to prove himself and his radical theories correct by detecting wormholes he predicts will be created by the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva. But instead of making an incredible scientific breakthrough he discovers Nene, a Kimono-clad Japanese woman trapped in a deep, dark mountain cave, weakened from thirst and hunger, and unable to recall how she came to be there.
Recognizing that something, somewhere - and somewhen- has gone disastrously wrong, Peter is determined to unravel the mystery of her journey forward 300 years in time, yet finds himself entranced by Nene's beauty and struggles to maintain his objectivity – until an unstable wormhole interrupts their short time together.
Realizing that only he can prevent the annihilation of everything that ever was or will be, Peter chases through past, present and future to once again rescue Nene and destroy the out-of-control wormhole generator before all is lost.