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A trip to the art museum takes an unexpected turn, and Laney finds herself in a wilderness with no memory of her past. In a land where little is what it seems, she begins to accept the impossible, and embarks upon a journey to fulfill an ancient prophecy. But when Laney recovers her memory, she discovers that the prophecy was only the beginning.This groundbreaking ...more
Paperback, 214 pages
Published October 31st 2019 by Ohio Distinctive Publishing
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Andrew Mendelsohn
Stanford Apseloff’s “The Third Syzygy” is a brilliant debut fantasy novel that seamlessly combines elements of contemporary fantasy associated with the best Twilight Zone episodes with Tolkienesque high fantasy in a multilayered adventure that moves between modern suburbia and a timeless forest dreamland.
A syzygy is an alignment of three or more astronomical bodies with a solar eclipse a prime dramatic example. “The Third Syzygy’ is a masterful alignment of literary elements in which a
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Amanda
I struggled with what I was going to rate this, not because it was ever bad but because the end really brought it full circle but was it worth four just for an ending? In this case, yes. It feels like it may have been for a young audience most of the time. It was written well but because of the pace and slight lack of in depth character developments, it just had a writing style that came off younger. But it was entertaining and wholesome. The end however, touches on something much more real and ...more
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I was disappointed as I was expecting more illustrations by Michael Chival
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I grew up with an identical twin, Glen, so from day one, my world was surreal. Perhaps that's why I like Salvador Dali, Michael Cheval, and J.R.R. Tolkien.

My parents were both English professors, and our modest home had books everywhere. We had an old black-and-white TV that competed, but my parents made sure the books won.

Without me realizing it, my parents forced me to become creative. If I
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