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The Key of Astrea

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Magic and spaceships combine in this coming-of-age science fiction adventure.

Sixteen-year-old Jenny Tripper might be crazy...or she might have the power to save the Solar System. At least that’s what the holographic woman in her bedroom tells her. Jenny thinks it's just another ghost, but after falling into an alternate Universe, she finds herself neck-deep in
Kindle Edition, 448 pages
Published November 3rd 2019 by Maple and Pine (first published 2019)
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The Key of Astrea keeps you guessing all throughout, which I love! It has trials, tribulations, inspiration, family, friendship and the sparse pull on the old heart strings. I don't want to give anything away but, Marson makes sure you feel like you are there with Jenny every step of her adventure! Very well written and hard to put down. Not my usual genre and I really enjoyed it; which speaks impressively to the quality of plot and writing.
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Nicholas Marson is a Portland, Oregon native, where he raced outrigger canoes and grew to love coffee. He's two meters tall, and once lived in a tiny house. He graduated from Oregon State University with a degree in biology and graphic design. He is an older brother to two siblings, a husband to an incredible wife, and a father to a princess in training. Now he lives in Eugene where he works as a ...more