Wave-Full Waters

Wave-Full Waters : The Prophecy Continues...

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The adventure continues... Rejoin the Thomas sisters Emily and Shelby as they and their friends go on a race-around-the-world rescue mission for one of their own. Along the way, meet lovable new characters, villains, and trials. Surely, the prophecy is far from over! This thrilling sequel to Lunix Star's "Shifting Tides" is a sure page-turner, with valuable lessons of survival, friendship, and family with magic and mystery around every corner that will have audiences on the edges of their seats.show more

Product details

  • 9-12
  • Paperback | 196 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 11mm | 268g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514782588
  • 9781514782583

About Lunix Star

Twelve-year old Lunix Star lives in Nevada with her mom, dad, little ten-year old sister, and their dog Jojo. Young Lunix has always had a passion for writing. "When I was in fourth grade," she says, "Something just, well, started in writing class. I found I loved it and wanted to see how it would mature as I got older." She was always the prized writer/editer in her class and though is now homeschooled, continues to excel. "I competed in NaNoWriMo so I could show everyone that I had a real passion that had to be shared. Createspace and NaNoWriMo gave me a chance to share my work with the world!" She is not only a writer, but has a 'true love for reading, ever since I could'. She loves mythology and fantasy novels, but has broadened her horizons with 'mainly "Hunger Games." How could I have lived without it!' and classics like "The Secret Garden," "The Little Princess," and more. One of her favorite book series is '"Chronicles of Narnia." I'm a real fan of C.S. Lewis!'. She hopes you will enjoy the book she 'didn't intend to make but I'm glad I did. Who says the sequel can't be twice as good as the first book?'. One of her quotes during the process was simply "Dreams are one thing, hope is another. Hope is a dream with meaning, purpose, and a promise to come true."show more