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Synopsis: Beth was sneaky. No lock could hold her. No cage could confine her. No door could bar her way. But, when your adoptive mother is a Spirit Binder, and all your siblings are elementals, being sneaky doesn’t really rank. That is until the devastation of a city draws her omniscient mother’s attention, and her siblings go missing one by one, then Beth’s sneakiness is the only thing standing between her, her loved ones, and the worst enemy she’ll ever face: herself.
Time Walker is a 50,000-word young adult fantasy novel filled with magic, angst, and a kiss of romance. Loyalty and the bond between siblings, whether blood-related or not, is the backbone of this coming of age tale set a thousand years after spirit (aka magic) rises to take back the world in an apocalyptic event. It is a stand alone novel.
Written by Meghan Ciana Doidge (After The Virus, Spirit Binder) the novel begins ten years after the events of Spirit Binder though it’s not necessary to read Spirit Binder before reading Time Walker.
Keywords: fantasy, magic, swords, castles, teen, post-apocalyptic (distant)
Categories: young adult (fantasy, romance, paranormal)
Book Cover Artist: Irene Langholm
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“She was aware that she was constantly searching for something she hadn’t even lost. And, yes, every time that thought surfaced in her mind it made just as much sense — as in, none at all — as the flood of disappointment she felt the moment after a door or lock opened under her hand. Still, she felt driven to exercise, to perfect, this small bit of power that was solely her own.” – Chapter One, Time Walker
“You are not as inconsequential as you think, Bethany. You are the glue that will hold your brothers and sisters together through time.” – Rhea, Chapter Two, Time Walker
“She wrapped the sword in the velvet cloth covering the altar. It didn’t like it. How she knew that scared Beth terribly. As if the sword was in her head. As if it soon might try to control her.” – Chapter Ten, Time Walker
“Tangled through time like an echo. That wasn’t ominous at all.” – Chapter 12, Time Walker