On Thursday evenings, Judy and I serve in the Riverbend Family History Centre.
We have become good friends with a lady who comes in to do research while her three kids have their weekly church activities in the same building.
She loaned us a copy of "The Traveler", the first of three books she has written in the series "Legends of Thamaturga", Judy and I both enjoyed it. It is an "epic fantasy" story of an 18 year old girl with a mysterious past, whose mother may have magical powers, and of three younger children she has rescued, and a generous stranger who is more than he seems. It is fast paced, has enjoyable characters, and was fun to read! At about 200 pages, I finished it in one day. This is only the first part of a longer story, and ends on somewhat of a cliff-hanger. Fortunately, the books are not expensive so reading the next part of the story is affordable.
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