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The Saeshell Book of Time, Part 1 by Rusty A. Biesele
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Sep 04, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: reading-challange, first-reads-tops-shelf
Read in September, 2012

Great book, easy to follow plot.
I highly recommend this book for anyone

FTC: I received a free copy of this book and was not reimbursed in any other way.

Stefan, an advanced seventh-grader, shouldn’t have to decide the fate of his mother’s unborn child or prevent his adolescent anger from incinerating people. Unknowingly born a fairy, loving fantasy, magic, and art — and betrothed at birth to his mentor Tova2 — aliens force a metamorphosis and the two must travel to the distant planet, Sophista, or die. Tova2 must keep Stefan sane as he becomes the secret king of contemporary Earth — or the Saeshell Book of Time will destroy everyone. In part one, the fifth-grade son of a Mayan astronomer, Tyco, and Ty, the third-grade son of a British Prime Ministerial aid, must learn from their Tibetan-American teacher to use their powerful talents ethically. Otherwise, Tova2 will kill them.

The Saeshell Book of Time is a four part serial story where each part is a full length novel. The four novels form the first story in the Children of Sophista book series. The story is a blend of Contemporary Fantasy, Science Fiction Horror, and Political Thriller. Age range: gifted 6th graders through adults.

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Rusty Biesele Hi, If you feel comfortable doing so, would you attach a star rating to the review. If you don't feel comfortable doing that, don't worry about it. It's not a problem.

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