By Imogen Rose
It is not on a daily basis you spot a unadorned physique slumped by means of the part of the road... This ominous sight is simply the start of a secret that would span dimensions. while California teenager Arizona Darley and her siblings move lacking, their mom, Dr. Olivia Darley, discovers that the time-travel portal she invented has been hijacked. Is the hijacker liable for the disappearance of her young ones? Have the youngsters been transported to a different measurement? if this is the case, the police and FBI is absolutely not capable of finding them, and Olivia needs to give you the chance to rescue her kids on her personal. How will she do that with no entry to the portal? EQUILIBRIUM is ebook of the Portal Chronicles.
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I just couldn’t stand up any more. ” “You’re not. I’m a mess, though. What happened? Where are we? ” I pleaded. ” I lay back and tried to remember what happened. The last I thing I remembered was Kellan lying on top of me under the stars at the lake. I vaguely remember his head hitting mine. “Kellan, did you bang my head by accident at the lake. ” “My head did hit yours but I have no idea how. I don’t think I just fainted on top of you. ” I asked surprised. “Someone or something. ” I felt the back of his head.
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