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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

In The Wrong Lifetime

In the wrong lifetime is the second book in the Scarlett & Mason series. A continuation following 'Discovering Witchetty Waters.' An exciting fantasy that will hook many readers including children! Scarlett and Mason Beckett live at Waters End, Witchetty Waters, part of a group of seven islands. From the present and the past many strange beings are sent to aid them. Enemies are all around them, in the present, in the past, in other realms. They are the chosen ones, the whole shape of the future depends on them. Strange things are happening to the 9- year- old boy and 14- year- girl. The dangerous Dark-side Knights are close by. Even closer is the mad Satyr. Trapped 600 years in the past, what are they to do? The Head Warlock and Wizard cannot help them. Now they are in deep trouble. Having unwittingly used an unprotected and unprepared portal to The Middle Ages it has now closed on them. There is no way home.

In The Wrong Lifetime (Juvenile Fantasy)
By Trisha J. Kelly
Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN #978-1520944227
Price $9.98 (Paperback)
Price $2.99 (Kindle)
228 Pages
Rating 5-Stars

“A Fun Read”

When we left Scarlett and Mason in the first book, they were lost in the year 1379 after accidentally closing the time portal before it had been completely activated. Now they must figure a way of getting back home and carrying out more tasks to set the future on the right track. In this latest adventure we’re introduced to several new characters, as well as reunited with many of the ones from book one. The mad satyr – a man with a horse’s tail is one of the new characters, as is Sorcha the Great Sorcerer, which we will see more of in future volumes, I’m sure. After each new task, a curse is lifted on one of the islands, and the future looks better. So far there are six volumes in this series, so there are many more curses yet to be lifted, so stick around for the fun.

This was another fun read, with our youngsters discovering new adventures, friends, and adversaries. Children and adults will find this fantasy series a lot of fun. Highly recommended.

Tom Johnson


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