Greystone Secrets #3: The Messengers Published by HarperCollins Publishers on 2021
Source: Blog Tour, Childrens Book Review Tour
Genres: Action & Adventure, Fantasy & Magic, General, JUVENILE FICTION, Mysteries & Detective Stories, Young Adult
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In the dazzling conclusion to the Greystone Secrets series from New York Times bestselling author Margaret Peterson Haddix, the Greystones and their doubles, the Gustanos, must team up to save the alternate world--before both worlds are lost. All secrets are revealed in this page-turning, suspenseful story that shows the importance of teamwork, telling your story, and taking action when it matters most.
As book three of the Greystone Secrets series opens, the Greystone kids have their mother back from the evil alternate world, and so does their friend Natalie. But no one believes the danger is past.
Then mysterious coins begin falling from unexpected places. They are inscribed with codes that look just like what the Greystones' father was working on before he died. And with the right touch, those symbols transform into words: PLEASE LISTEN. And FIND US, SEE US, HELP US. . . .
The coins are messengers, telling the Greystones and their allies that their friends in the alternate world are under attack--and that the cruel, mind-controlling forces are now invading the better world, too.
After another spinning, sliding journey across worlds, the Greystone kids must solve mysteries that have haunted them since the beginning: what happened when the Gustanos were kidnapped, what created the alternate world, and how a group of mismatched kids can triumph once and for all against an evil force that seems to have total control.
The third and final book in the Greystone Trilogy did not disappoint. I think out of the three books, it is the most creative. The last book is set up for the showdown between the good world and the evil world. Or is either world evil or good? This book takes the concept of doppelgangers and multiple worlds to a whole new level. It keeps what I love about this series—codes, mystery, and determination—to the core of the story. The unique concept of using coins to talk to another world was mind-blowing for a middle-grade novel. I thoroughly enjoyed all of the twists, turns, and clue finding that unfolding in each of these books. This series has everything I love in a mystery novel but doesn’t include a considerable amount of violence and death. If you have middle-grade readers who love playing detective and like unique concepts in their stories, this is the perfect series for them.
Enter for a chance to win a set of the Greystone Secrets series, including Greystone Secrets 3: The Messengers.
One (1) grand prize winner receives:
A paperback copy of Greystone Secrets 1: The Strangers
A paperback copy of Greystone Secrets 2: The Deceivers
A hardcover copy of Greystone Secrets 3: The Messengers
The giveaway begins April 6, 2021, at 12:01 A.M. MT, and ends April 22, 2021, at 11:59 P.M. MT.
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