Trouble in Twilight: Book Three
Book Three of the Land of Twilight Trilogy. How can the most colorful world in the universe turn hapless and gray?! That’s what mystifies Sam and Lorna.
Falling from the Land of Twilight, Trix shows up at the discarded camper shell in the Arizona desert where Sam and Lorna are making plans.
Trix and Melvin begin weaving their own lives into the Land of Realtime repaying Lorna and Sam for interweaving theirs with the Land of Twilight. How can the four friends unravel themselves?
Then, things take a bad turn.
A tragic accident forces Sam to again realize that life can change suddenly. Now he and Lorna must rethink what in life is most important to them. History, philosophy, and faith enter the scene through interdimensional time travel.
The Land of Twilight Trilogy is filled with adventure and supernatural elements for readers. With its relatable characters and fast-moving plot, themes such as a child building a relationship with an estranged parent and how strangers who offer truth can help Sam and Lorna discover their priorities. As Sam faces unbearable consequences, he learns the bonds of true friendship and personal truth are real. Readers are given not only an interesting story filled with allegorical elements but are challenged to think about their own ideas of reality and meaning.
A swelling ending for this chapter book series for.ages 9-12. Fantastical, multi-dimensional faith and friendship feature while visiting ancient history. Lorna and Sam visit philosophers in their quest in metaphysical spell-binding, time-travel where wonders of adventure await.
ENDORSEMENTS FOR LAND OF TWILIGHT
“The Land of Twilight Trilogy is filled with the adventure and supernatural elements that young readers enjoy. With its relatable characters and fast-moving plot, it is appropriate for middle-grade students. Though the book does deal with themes such as divorce and physical accidents, the underlying theme is centered on friendship. As Sam faces the consequences of a tragic accident, he learns how strong the bonds of true friendship and personal truth are real. Young readers are given not only an interesting story filled with allegorical elements but are challenged to think about their own ideas of friendship and sacrifice.” – Kat Kennedy, US Book Review