By Christopher Fahy
JONATHAN IS IN HIS ROOM. BUT HE’S NOT IN HIS BODY.
Jonathan Petrie can leave his body and fly. Best of all. nobody knows it—yet. Not his alcoholic, ailing mother, nor his uncaring father. Not the teacher who senses that he’s changing, nor the girl who befriends him. And surely not the school kids who torment him mercilessly.
None of them knows the force he commands—that he can see without being seen, hear without being heard, and that even now, as the night winds howl, he’s plotting his revenge on them all!