but also annihilate their own.
Traveling through a portal wasn’t as fun as it had sounded. First of all, it was pitch-black; the can’t see your hand in front of your face kind of black, and it was cold and windy. That combination of darkness, wind, and chill made it extremely disorienting to Laci. Then began the really fun part: the pressure. Not the kind of pressure felt when taking a test; this was physical pressure. It felt like her whole body, except for her head and feet, were stuck inside a tube. Glancing at her friends, she thought they looked like four giant Pixie Stix with heads and feet floating through a dark, cold tornado. This is portal travel, she thought. This stinks.
Praise for The Emerald Key “In The Emerald Key, authors Mark Frederickson and Melora Pineda take readers on a fast-paced journey sure to enthrall not only middle-grade readers but their parents, as well. Laci and Penny will appeal to anyone looking for strong, resourceful female characters and the side characters are well-developed and hilarious, too (my favorite might be Buzz!).” - Author Julie Gardner “If you like fantasy and want adventure, this book is for you! It is entertaining for adults as well as middle-grade students…Just when you think there's nothing new anyone could offer in a fantasy, these two authors prove you wrong. They have created a very believable new world fraught with danger and excitement at every turn. I couldn't put it down.” - Dani B “I love the vivid characters and the way you can picture all the action…I would recommend this book for any age and it is a book that grandparents can buy for their grand kids and know that it is an exciting story and a safe read.” - Amazon Customer “A real page turner, loved it. This book is funny and an adventure story for both young and old readers. I'm looking forward to the next book!” - MJP
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