It’s difficult to maintain train of thought when looking down the muzzles of multiple automatic weapons. Tag cleared his throat and started again. “As the lady just advised, we aren’t on any particular side—we just arrived, and we don’t know what’s going on.”
Just by looking at the soldier, the Travelers had the collective thought he would rather shoot them than clog up his day—he appeared not to adjust well to complications, and Tag knew to tread carefully.

Brian McCullough’s On the Edge of Now: Book IV—Fulcrum transcends time, transporting readers to a world they never imagined. As the Travelers continue their search for the portal to lead them home, they find themselves embroiled in an epic civil war, unsure of where they are and for whom they stand. Ancestry, the future, and the environment play pivotal roles as Tag, Rose, Claire, and Devin come to grips with the fact they may never see home again.