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The Lightbridge Legacy: Destiny's Call

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novel by Elayne James

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Author: Elayne James,
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Publisher: Mischievous Muse Press,
Date Published: 2011
1 review about The Lightbridge Legacy: Destiny's Call

An excellent piece of writing

  • May 4, 2012
Rating:
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This is the first of a trilogy (actually one long novel split into three books). This young adult tale is an excellent piece of writing. Ani, an adolescent girl who, troubled by strange dreams and visions, finds herself remembering things that haven't yet happened, is a very believable 12-year-old. Along with all the normal adolescent traumas, she is faced with an unexpected move to New York City where she encounters enemies both natural (school bullies) and supernatural. Add in some Native American spirituality and you've got a story that has plenty of heart and soul. Young people will enjoy this novel; adults will enjoy it too.

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