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Advance praise for The Stones of Bothynus:
Book One: Snap to Grid
"...thrills, suspense, and passion, and concludes satisfyingly, but with enough issues left unexplored to whet appetites for further adventures. A promising debut about a missing uncle and ancient stones that delivers appealing characters and an intriguing combination of science and mysticism. D.K. Reed’s debut novel is a must-read for all ages.” --Kirkus Reviews
Hailed as having “appealing characters and an intriguing combination of science and mysticism.” --Columbia Review
Of The Trilogy:
"Teenagers Red and Annie Greene are sisters, but that’s where the similarity ends. Energetic Red loves art and tae kwon do, but is insecure about her ADHD. Annie is a thrill-seeker with an itch to explore the world, but often finds herself taking charge of her impulsive sister instead. The one thing they do have in common? They both fall for mystical men—big time. For Red, it’s Erik, a graduate student trapped in an alternate, ghost-like state; for Annie, it’s Aaan, a half-angel forbidden from falling in love with a human girl. Only the Stones of Bothynus, ancient stones with the power to transform, can free Erik and Aaan. The sisters—with the help of a quirky cast of characters, including their hippie-environmentalist parents, zany Uncle Alistair, and mysteriously sad neighbor, Ms. Catsworthy—must find the stones and save the men they love, while defeating a powerful cult that wants to steal the stones. But THE STONES OF BOTHYNUS trilogy is about much more than teenaged girls and their supernatural romances; it’s a story built on science and steeped in faith—there are deep moral questions and strong themes of faith and family, good and evil, angels and demons, and the choices we make to live in the light or fall into darkness. Annie and Red are strong protagonists—no shrinking violets here—and a solid central mystery propels the story forward throughout the three books. The trilogy is a gentler alternative to much of today’s darker YA offerings, yet weighty enough to pose serious questions and set your pulse racing (in more ways than one). With just enough science to keep this fantasy trilogy grounded in the real world, but plenty of mythology to sweep the reader into an alternate universe, THE STONES OF BOTHYNUS trilogy invites readers into the engaging and adventurous world of these unforgettable sisters." -–Rebecca Mahoney, Editor.