Stories never end. They just get bigger. You only have to turn the page.
You only have to turn the page.
Meg Mitchell lives in a castle, but she’s no wilting princess. Raised in an alien world by adoptive parents, she spends her time fighting Centaurs, training as an Andai warrior, and chilling in her favorite willow tree.
But when Meg uncovers her birth father’s journal, she discovers a cousin she didn’t know existed. Meg and her little brother and sister travel through an interdimensional rip to San Francisco to search for their cousin, setting off a chain of events no one could have foreseen.
When her sister is kidnapped, Meg enlists the help of teenage detective Barb Taylor and her genius little brother Jim. Following clues dropped by a mysterious benefactor, they embark on a cross-country adventure to rescue her sister and find Meg’s cousin.
Family is everything to Meg, but not all is as it seems. In her quest to reunite her family, she may lose more than she ever imagined.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was an interesting read and different than what I originally expected. For one, I was not prepared for the quotes from a family member at the beginning of each chapter. That was by far one of my favorite parts of this book. Definitely a cool feature! I was also unprepared for how deep the love of family would run as a theme, though I really loved it. Made this book special and made a powerful message of caring for those we love, whether through adoption or biologically. I felt a few spots were a little slow, but WOW! When you get to the action, it really takes off! Sometimes literally! Having the different fighting styles shown and mentioned was really cool too (even if I didn't know even half of them). Overall, this was a good read. I'm curious to see where things go next, and I'm especially glad that Barb and Jim will be involved. Plus, sounds like a new bad guy is somewhere out there that is wanting to be properly introduced. Recommended to those who like kick-butt heroines and a unique fantasy world mixed in with our own. (And fox people. *winks*)