LightMasters: Number 13

LightMasters: Number 13

by M.G. Wells

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Overview

On her 13th birthday, Jessica is lured into the forest by a strange spiral light. In the woods she encounters three mystical LIGHTMASTERS, who convince her that she has unique magical gifts. Intrigued, Jessica is transported to another dimension where she is tested for her courage, faith and strength. Follow Jessica as she conquers her fears and helps save Earth from a wicked alien enemy who hates humans.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781453885932
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/12/2010
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.41(d)

About the Author

M.G. Wells is an author, artist, playwright and screenwriter. Encouraged and supported by her colorful grandparents at an early age for her numerous artistic talents, M.G. strives to create a diverse body of work to entertain and inspire.

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LightMasters: Number 13 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
CHUCKBOBCARNES More than 1 year ago
I feel the author puts many of her real life experiences,inside the fictional character Jessica T. Wyrd, and her friends on an unforgettable journey, that all ages can relate to. What an awsome book by an awsome writer,, Lightmasters, Number 13 should be on every book shelf, in every home. Looking forward to reading more from M.G. Wells. <CB>
FantasyRocks More than 1 year ago
This is an amazing fantasy. I've never heard of MG Wells and would like to see this awesome author write a follow up to this book. It all starts on Jessica's 13th birthday. She's mad about living with her wacky grandparents, who bicker most of the time. The grandparents are hysterical Welsh relics, who eat and fart and turn out to be really cool old dudes. I loved the pace and spirit of this book and plan to buy it for my fantasy freaks book club members. For the price, I highly suggest you buy this book. It's exciting, thrilling and has lots of cool and crazy characters. I don't want to give away the story. For all you fantasy loving freaks, I hope you buy this book. It's a great read. I want MORE. Rock on, MG! I can't wait to read the next book to see how it all turns out.
HarryFord More than 1 year ago
MG's debut novel is awesome! I'm a single dad with an 8 year old daughter, who LOVES fantasy. I bought the book for her birthday and she read it straight through the night. She loved the lead character, Jessica T. Wyrd (pronounced WORD, not WEIRD) because she was feisty and strong. I haven't seen my daughter like a book so much since the Harry Potter series. Recently, I read the story myself and loved it! It's a major thrill ride, and the characters are so exciting and diversified. I highly recommend this book to ALL fantasy lovers. It would make a great gift for ages 8 and up.
PJ_LOVE More than 1 year ago
A friend of mine gave me this book as a gift. I truly enjoyed reading LightMasters: Number 13 and wish the author continues with a series because I want more! This was one of the most amazing tween/teen/young adult books I have read in quite some time. This story really made me think about the magic of thoughts. The LightMasters are an alliance of mystics from different cultures, who are guardians of Earth from evil forces. The LightMasters recruit Jessica, who discovers she has magic powers on her 13th birthday. The LightMasters urge her to join their group, so they can defeat an nasty alien beast. I enjoyed following Jessica on this most unique adventure. She's a highly intelligent, but a sad young lass because she lost her parents in a car accident and is forced to live with her grandparents. Jessica's cheeky Welsh grandparents are great characters and brought lots of humor to the story. The other characters were all so different and varied in their cultures, which was unique and interesting. I highly recommend this book. It's a fast-paced, action-packed story. It also falls into many categories like action, adventure, fantasy, mystery, sci-fi and thriller. The typesetting was also well spaced so it made it easy on me eyes. I highly recommend this unique and special book. It's truly one of a kind.
SingleDadRG More than 1 year ago
First off, I'm a single dad with two girls one middle grade (8) & young adult (13). All I can say is they went wild over this book. Truthfully, my girls read books to me because I'm too busy to do read to them. They loved the main character, Jessica and all the characters. I have to admit the parts they did read to me were exciting, humorous and very interesting. I also like the fact this book does not have any curse words or graphic sex. Accordingly my girls, it's a winner.
JaneFantasy More than 1 year ago
LightMasters: Number 13, was a real page turner for me. It was exciting and moved very fast and what I'd rate as PG-13. You spend the entire story living inside Jessica's head. I could relate to most of the characters and truly liked the unique storyline. I could relate to Jessica, who had to deal with a lot of horrific, amazing challenges as 13 year old outcast. I also LOVED Jessica's eccentric, funny grandparents. If you love fantasy, action adventures, I recommend LightMasters: Number 13. It's exciting to find an independent author whose writing is fantastic. Please M.G., write another one!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A friend of mind referred this book to me & I read it in a day. The main character, Jessica, is a sad teen who discovers she has quite an amazing destiny on her thirteenth birthday. She is plunged into a strange adventure, only to return to her uncomfortable school environment a totally different person. This is a great story for all who like an thrilling action/adventure mystery filled with lots of interesting and memorable characters.
bamauthor More than 1 year ago
Jessica Wyrd is facing her thirteenth birthday. The last year has been extremely difficult for her. Her parents were both killed in an automobile accident down in Georgia. Jessica is now living with her eccentric maternal grandparents in upstate New York. She misses her best friends, Emma and Hank. In school she is the considered the nerdy newbie, the victim of bullying by students and teachers alike. Shortly before her thirteenth birthday, Jessica encounters a spiral light and a green haze. A voice urges her to follow the others who are waiting. She meets Dragateen, Torc and Bo, along with other spirits who tell her to shift into another dimension and make the journey to Kiron. Jessica hesitantly walks through an oak tree and enters, but the dark forces of Sartan are waiting to do battle with this new recruit. Jessica&rsquo;s journey will lead her to Emerald Pond, Poseidon Pit and mysterious caverns below. She will meet snakes, a slimy octopus, and strange demonic creatures with orange eyes. Jessica has difficulty determining what is reality and what she is experiencing in the &ldquo;other world.&rdquo; She receives a special jewel and learns that she bears the mark of the mystic. Still, the decision to use her special powers and whether to become one of the Lightmasters must be her own. Back here on earth, Jessica is homesick for her friends in Georgia. Wells shifts the story to Jessica&rsquo;s coming of age conflicts and injects lots of humor in describing the trials and tribulations of a feisty thirteen year old who is intelligent far beyond her chronological age and who must deal with the realities of family, school and death. How does she resolve her conflicts and reconcile two very different lives? This book of less than two hundred pages is a well written middle grade fantasy adventure that will appeal to readers age nine and up. Lots of twists and turns in plot, humor, and nicely developed characters combined with the kinds of problems kids this age face daily. As an adult, I enjoyed looking back on my early teens through Jessica&rsquo;s eyes.