Gateway of the Sun
Michael Joseph DeRosa, author
Three teens unlock a mysterious teleportation system that connects the world’s Stone Age megaliths. Eagle Scouts, Bugsy Houghton and Frankie Fatone camp at America's Stonehenge in New Hampshire, watching the sun rise over the standing stone. Frankie plays a tune on a pocket keyboard. They disappear into a vortex of light, instantly reappearing under Bolivia's prehistoric arch, "Gateway of the Sun," interrupting a tribal blood ceremony and flee for their lives. Returning home they test the phenomena again, instantly transporting to Britain's Stonehenge, where they enlist the help of wealthy British teen, Henrietta Wesley who finances a scientific study. The teens have unlocked this instant transport system but can’t control it. Now a ruthless arms dealer and the US military want to learn their secret. Committed to bringing humanity free, worldwide, instant transportation, they take on powerful and desperate adversaries who will stop at nothing. The teenagers lead them on an amazing hair-raising chase across and out of this world.