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Worlds Unseen

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Author: Rachel Starr Thomson

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The Council for Exploration Into Worlds Unseen believed there was more to the world and its history than the empire had taught them. Treating ancient legends as history, they came a little too close to the truth. Forty years later, Maggie Sheffield just wants to leave the past behind. Memories of the Orphan House, where she grew up are fading; memories of her guardians’ murder are harder to shake. When a dying friend shows up on her doorstep bearing the truth about the Seventh World–in the form of a written covenant with evil–Maggie is sent on a journey that will change her forever. It won’t be easy. The Seventh World has long been controlled by the Blackness, and its monstrous forces are already on Maggie’s trail.

William Encke

Very good science fiction / fantasy, fast moving, never slows down. Lots of detail to keep it interesting, even some love interest. Very well rounded, exciting, thrilling. Gratifying with good outcomes. Very imaginative, well thought out. Very highly recommended, satisfying. Even contains spiritual values: good wins out against evil in the end. Full of surprises - not predictable: a good fun enjoyable read. I hope there is a whole series!


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Rachel Starr Thomson

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