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Searching For Home (The Death Club, #1)

4.86  ·  Rating details ·  7 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Twins Aurora and Ambrose have lived as orphans in the medieval world of Pendra for as long as they can remember, but their unique abilities to see into the future and the past tell them that their parents are not dead – nor were they abandoned.

They set out on a journey to find their family and their true home. But when they do reunite with their parents, things are not qu
Paperback, 1, 432 pages
Published March 29th 2018 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Nicholas Kelley
Jun 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Great book. It’s impossible not to fall in love with the characters. Looking forward to the next one.
Jun 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Aurora and Ambrose, are beautiful names for these characters. I fell in love with this book right away. Twins with gifts and a story full of hope and magic. I enjoyed this story very much. I would read more from this author. I love the cover of this book and I did feel like I went on an adventure. What does the author have in store for us next. I enjoyed imagining the medieval world of Pendra. *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*
Jul 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Magic, romance, other worlds, this story is full of adventure. Ambrose and Aurora are quirky, entertaining, and impossible not to love. Between Pendra, Terra, and the Bridge, you can’t help but root for them as they journey to find their family, love, and to find themselves along the way.
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Nov 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing
"Searching for Home" is the story of a pair of twins named Aurora and Ambrose, who live in a fantasy world called Pendra. The story starts by taking the twins on a journey to find their parents, from whom they were separated at a young age. After they complete this quest and find that their family falls rather short of their expectations, the scene shifts from their medieval fantasy world to the present-day USA.

For me the best parts of the book look at the challenges the twins face trying to ada
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Luna Selas
Searching for Home is the first volume in a forthcoming series chronicling the adventures of Aurora and Ambrose, twins born on the planet Pendra. Seemingly orphaned or abandoned by their unknown parents, kind-hearted villagers feed and clothe the brother and sister, and the village of Cairnwell is the only home the twins know. They are fortunate the accepting villagers find their blue hair and webbed fingers and toes “interesting,” rather than alarming.

I found the lack of some basic information
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