Books

coverstogether3
It’s an average day in an average suburb.
In an alternate universe.

Claude thinks his biggest problem is trying to impress his new boyfriend when a much bigger problem comes along: his father vanishes, leaving clues that he invented a time machine. In search of answers, Claude and his friend Carolien must stay a step ahead of a powerful corporation and confront one of the darkest episodes in history. But they are running out of time.

The Alternate Universe and The Escape are high-stakes adventure about two friends who risk everything to save their families … and the world.

Rob Wolf’s books are available on Amazon, iTunes, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, or Smashwords. They are also available on Amazon in France, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, India and other countries around the world.

“Rob Wolf gives us an alternate universe where a lot is different but some things remain the same: guys still get crushes and fall in love … and friends are willing to go to the end of time for one another. Fast-paced and incredibly smart, you will never look at life in quite the same way again.”

JENNIFER BELLE, bestselling author of GOING DOWN, HIGH MAINTENANCE, and LITTLE STALKER

“Wolf brings us into the lives of his characters with genuine empathy andattention to the details that preoccupy teens in any universe.”

THADDEUS RUTKOWSKI, author of HAYWIRE

Recent Posts

The Martians Return in the Official Sequel to The War of the Worlds (and They’re as Scary as Ever)

In the latest episode of New Books in Science Fiction I speak with Stephen Baxter, author of The Massacre of Mankind (Crown, 2017), the alliteratively titled sequel to H. G. Wells‘ alliteratively titled classic, The War of the Worlds. Baxter is the author of over 20 novels and dozens of short stories. He’s won the … Continue reading The Martians Return in the Official Sequel to The War of the Worlds (and They’re as Scary as Ever)

Nebula Awards Offer a Guide to the Next Generation’s SF Classics

Since their establishment, the Nebula Awards have proven a trusty guide to what the next generation will consider a classic. Take for example, the inaugural award for Best Novel, which went to Frank Herbert for Dune in 1965. Dune‘s impact can be measured in countless ways–not only in the loyalty of critics and fans (who … Continue reading Nebula Awards Offer a Guide to the Next Generation’s SF Classics

If You’re Homeless in New York City, You Have to be Ready for Your Closeup

Living the dream? On first impression I was upset, thinking a bunch of tourists were being ironic by filming this homeless guy and then I saw the massive camera and realized this wasn’t a casual endeavor but a major investment and they must be making a film. The so-called homeless dude must have been an … Continue reading If You’re Homeless in New York City, You Have to be Ready for Your Closeup

More Posts