Wizard of Time [NOOK Book]

Overview

Josh, Digger and Meri were rudely ported out of their time and far into the future by the Wizard of Time. King Arthur’s sword, Excalibur, is missing from its timeline. Without the sword in its proper place in history, everything from that point forward could change. Josh and his new found friends must find a way to return the sword to Arthur that won’t upset the timeline.

However, the Bard’s have other plans. They want to rule time. They ...
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Wizard of Time

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Overview

Josh, Digger and Meri were rudely ported out of their time and far into the future by the Wizard of Time. King Arthur’s sword, Excalibur, is missing from its timeline. Without the sword in its proper place in history, everything from that point forward could change. Josh and his new found friends must find a way to return the sword to Arthur that won’t upset the timeline.

However, the Bard’s have other plans. They want to rule time. They would do anything to stop the return of the sword. Is it murder to eliminate a timeline so that person was never born?

Follow Josh and his friends back in time to Camelot. Meet the Lady of the Lake, the King’s nephew and Merlin. Rejoice as things go right and cry when a dear friend is erased from time. Did they do something wrong? Can it be fixed or was the sword’s journey the catalyst to the world’s demise?

Check out companion short story, "Josh" available free on author's web site bit.ly/jxvWSK
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012467508
  • Publisher: Pink Phoenix Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/10/2011
  • Series: Chasing History , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,306,474
  • File size: 143 KB

Meet the Author

Sue currently resides in Oregon with her cat. She's just completed her 2nd book and hopes to have that out end of summer. Check out her blog at bysueowen.blogspot.com or follow on Twitter @bysueowen.
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  • Posted August 15, 2011

    Characters Worth Caring About

    Back to the Future meets King Arthur in this sweet YA fantasy. Across time, likeable teen characters, at the behest of a mysterious and at first enigmatic time wizard, are brought together. Provided with tools, and with the assistance of animal companions, they are given a task--surely the first of many. They also learn that they share a heritage, to fulfill a prophecy and protect the time line by finding and protecting the lost and stolen objects that can change history. Have you ever wondered what happens to those missing socks? Wizard of Time will explain.

    I found Wizard of Time a fun read. The characters are enjoyable and the premise interesting. Although the various elements have been used before, the author combines them in a fresh and compelling way.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 7, 2012

    Very Unique!

    This is a very intriguing YA book that lovers of history and Arthurian times will devour. Owen does a phenomenal job creating a unique, enticing story surrounding the historic Excalibur, and I love how she meshed the past, present, and future together through the characters of Digger, Josh, and Meri. It was really interesting to see how the teens interacted with one another as they came from different time periods, and what they learned about each other as the novel unfolded was highly interesting and very unique.

    Josh is the main character, coming from what we know as present day, and while his actions take the forefront, both Digger and Meri are great sidekicks. Their quest, while a strange one, was really intriguing because they had to learn to work together and figure out how to survive without the aid of anything but their wits, which I thought was a great way to build up the characters. I especially liked how Meri continually showed up the boys, causing them to rethink their position on women’s roles within history, though I wish more information was given surrounding her background, as well as that of Digger.

    Having the characters all come from different timelines is very intriguing and I would have loved more insight into their “worlds,” but as they were on such a time crunch, it makes sense that they didn’t spend more time discussing where they come from.

    Personally, I really liked the story, though I thought the resolution of the novel moved a bit too quickly. All of a sudden the characters were done with their quest and were whisked away home, which left me feeling as if something was missing… and yet, overall, I thought this was a really good, unique read and I highly suggest looking into it.

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