Evidence of Things Not Seen, is a debut young adult novel from Austin-area author Lindsey Lane. Told in a series of first-person narratives from people who knew Tommy Smythe, a high school junior who disappears, this story explores themes of loneliness, connectedness, and the role we play in creating our own realities.
Francisco Stork, author of Marcelo and the Real World, has observed that Lindsey’s novel “weaves science, suspense, amazing characters, and scintillating writing to create a multiple universe of stories and lives joined by the power of a single mysterious event.”
Publishers Weekly said that Evidence is, “. . . a gripping and genre-bending mosaic . . . “, and The Horn Book reviewed the book as, “Complex and rich, the story hints at Tommy’s fate, but with an open ending that is perfect for sparking conversation.”
Local author Chris Barton has allowed us to share…
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