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Hey all,

If anyone would like read my novel Otherworlders, please let me know and I’d be happy to send you a copy.  I just ask that you read it in a reasonable time frame and give me feedback.  I really want to release it soon, but I don’t feel like I’ve had enough eyes on it.

If you’re interested, email me at fictionbyangela at gmail dot com

You will have my gratitude and an acknowledgement in the book (if you want) if you beta read for me.

Thanks all.  I look forward to hearing from you.   Below is a description:

Tagline:  After finding no alternative but to leave their war-torn dimension, and attempting to adjust to a new world, those who made the journey find that they are not welcomed and have to fight for their lives and escape yet again.

Synopsis:  A man-made virus has been released. It’s destroying everything.  It adapts too quickly to fight. The only way to save those whom haven’t been infected yet, over a billion, is to send them to a parallel universe. The technology is untested. The other universe is unprepared.  

When Agent Jackson Williams hears about the technology that a savant named Levi has discovered, he knows it’s their best chance at survival.  
Kara, uninvited, makes her own way to this new world and assumes her double’s identity.  But crime and a strain on resources of this world is just the start of the trouble. The virus came, too. 
With the death toll rising, the acceptance of the Otherworlders has run out.  Levi won’t build this universe a machine.  The government won’t let his people go without one.
Chase, a native to this new universe and an immigrant activist, forms a resistance with the Otherworlders and liberates Levi from custody.  With the precaution that it will be destroyed after use, a new machine is in the works.  Before they can turn it on, Chase has to keep a promise to save a young couple from human experimentation.
Their stories collide as they race to save their kind and escape this universe before this world’s Agent Williams tracks them down and kills them all.