My last post asked that you help me pick out a synopsis for Fram Gage and The Infinite Ability. Of the three choices I gave you, numbers two and three received the most votes, but they were tied.
I obviously couldn't use both synopses. So I decided to look at the strong points from both of those and comments left by you. I received some great suggestions to improve the synopsis for the book. Combing all that help, I wrote a fourth and final synopsis. This on, in my opinion, is the best of all of them. It is focused, to the point, but doesn't reveal too much about the story.
I owe it all to you who participated. If not for your votes and suggestions, I could not of have written this killer synopsis. Thank you so much!
Now, here is the final synopsis for Fram Gage and The Infinite Ability. This will be used in the book listings on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, and more.
What do you think? Feel free to tell me in the comments below.
Also, look for a post in the next week with the first chapter from the book.
Fram Gage has lived at Biality Orphanage for six months, remembering nothing about his past before arriving there. While the orphanage has provided for his needs, such as food, shelter, and even a couple of good friends, what Fram looks forward to the most is a chance to go inside The Ability Chamber: a room used for physical competitions that gives the competitors unique abilities.
Fram enjoys going into The Ability Chamber because it gives him the chance to try out Super Strength, Wall Climbing, and other abilities. Whether winning or losing the competition, being in The Ability Chamber gives him the chance to feel like he is in control of his life and his present situation.
Competitions in The Ability Chamber are usually safe. But when Fram, his close friends, and an outsider are called upon to race, rules within The Ability Chamber change. As the four children compete, Fram finds their situation has become dangerous, and only he has the ability to help them reach the end safely. Will he be able to protect them?
Fram Gage & The Infinite Ability releases December 1, 2011 for Kindle, Nook, iPad, and other eReader devices.