Today’s post is brought to you by my high school daughter. Recent homeschool grade, Morgan Elizabeth Huneke, invited her to review her newest book. ~Maureen
This book review is part of a blog tour on the book Time Captives which is the first book of the trilogy titled Creighton Hill. The author of this series is a Home School graduate named Morgan Elizabeth Huneke. Time Captives is a pre-teen fiction novel, though I thoroughly enjoyed my time reading it.
After moving into the family estate, Creighton Hill, Emily, Allan, Jill, Joey and Anna are faced with the strange early deaths that have taken place throughout the last 200 years in their family. Grandpa left behind his research and Allan, Jill, Joey, and Anna soon discover it. The discovery firms their faith in the stories that Grandpa had always told them.
For their entire young lives they had been told the tales about the strange disappearances of the Hubbard children. Emily had long since decided it was useless fairy tales not worth believing, but the other four continue to believe that the disappearing children had not died, but vanished supernaturally. After the four oldest children see strange writing, they begin to fear that they would be the next ones to disappear.
What will become of these four? What really happened to the children of the past?
The book was well written and had an engaging plot. I enjoyed my reading of the unedited copy and have no doubt that it will become a favorite book and series by many others. Time Captives (afflink) is a fairly easy read and keeps readers on the edge of their seats, waiting to find out what happens next. I personally can’t wait for the next two books so that I can find out what happens to the characters I came to know and love.
Creighton Hill is the first book of the Time Captives trilogy, a tale of faith, family, fantasy, and a fight for truth and freedom.
∙Tour Introduction at Morgan Elizabeth Huneke