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Music in the Night: Guardians of the Time Stream Book 3

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Ess's mother, Vivian, left her a rose made of the same crystal that formed the Great Machine, which allowed the Originators and Revisionists to travel through time. A matching rose belonged to her friend, Anna, and the two women communicated mind-to-mind, until Anna died. When Ess as too young to understand, she touched minds with Carmen, Anna's daughter, through the ...more
Kindle Edition, 283 pages
Published April 2nd 2019 by Mt Zion Ridge Press LLC
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Music In The Night is a Christian fantasy novel by author Michelle L. Levigne. This is the last book in the Guardians Of The Time Stream series.

In this last book, Carmen adopts orphan children who are hungry and penniless. Ess is trying to locate Carmen who she only knows through her dreams.

I fancied the complete series and believe fans of sci-fi or fantasy will enjoy this exciting series too. I do suggest reading the series in chronological order to get the best effect. I wanted to read this
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Michelle has been a book addict since picking up 'The Cat in the Hat'.

She started writing her own stories in junior high, when TV shows didn't turn out like she thought they should. Her first rejection letter came the summer after high school graduation, her first published story was in connection with fan fiction, and her first sale was in the Writers of the Future anthology.

With a BA in