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PDF ã BOOK Creighton Hill FREE ð RANDARENEWABLES È “No one can mysteriously disappear leaving no trace It isn’t realistic”“You’re right Emily” her grandfather said thoughtfully “It isn’t realistic However a good many things happen in this world that are not realistic things supernatural”Emily Allan JillAs been in their family for centuries When Grampa’s death forces them to move into Creighton Hill the truth about the supposed disappearances is the first thing on their minds Allan Jill Joey and Anna’s that is As for Emily why must they keep at their supernatural hogwash?Could it be that their family really does just have an unusual history of early deaths? Most people seem to think so But Grampa’s research h Portal fantasy is one of my favorite subgenres of fantasy I love exploring fantasy worlds and getting to share the culture shock with the main character is always nice Unfortunately I very rarely come across one that truly sticks out with a brilliant new twistCreighton Hill with the Time Captives the series itself is named for didI've been following this author for a while now and uite enjoyed her first novel Across the Stars though there was definite room for improvement so when she asked for ARC reviewers for Creighton Hill I volunteeredThe heart of the story is pretty typical of the genre a group of kids are pulled from this world into another one and at the bidding of a prophecy sent to fight some terrible evil with some really neat weapons However instead of all of the kids coming from the present day saving the world then popping back to discover that no time has passed at all the Hubbard family has had a child go missing every generation since the 1800'sEven interesting is the fact that once the children arrive in Calhortea time looses all affect on them leaving them frozen at the age of twelve and impervious to most injuriesMost of the book is about Joey and his siblings who are the modern generation of Hubbards They're your typical Christian family apart from the fact that they've had aunts and uncles disappearing for the two hundred years However there are flashbacks to George and Abigail who had been two of the first to disappearThe world itself was delightfully uniue and well built We mostly get to know the Strytes and Kalicans in this book but I'm looking forward to meeting interesting creatures in the seuelsI think the only issue I had with the book was that at times the conversations were a bit stiff However the sheer high concept idea than made up for it in my mindAlso a few of the characters were a bit flat but with the sheer number that were in the book it was hard to give them all proper development I look forward to getting to know them better in the successive books

Creighton Hill Time Captives #1 As been in their family for centuries When Grampa’s death forces them to move into Creighton Hill the truth about the supposed disappearances is the first thing on their minds Allan Jill Joey and Anna’s that is As for Emily why must they keep at their supernatural hogwash?Could it be that their family really does just have an unusual history of early deaths? Most people seem to think so But Grampa’s research h Portal fantasy is one of my favorite subgenres of fantasy I love exploring fantasy worlds and getting to share the culture shock with the main character is always nice Unfortunately I very rarely come across one that truly sticks out with a brilliant new twistCreighton Hill with the Time Captives the series itself is named for didI've been following this author for a while now and uite enjoyed her first novel Across the Stars though there was definite room for improvement so when she asked for ARC reviewers for Creighton Hill I volunteeredThe heart of the story is pretty typical of the genre a group of kids are pulled from this world into another one and at the bidding of a prophecy sent to fight some terrible evil with some really neat weapons However instead of all of the kids coming from the present day saving the world then popping back to discover that no time has passed at all the Hubbard family has had a child go missing every generation since the 1800'sEven interesting is the fact that once the children arrive in Calhortea time looses all affect on them leaving them frozen at the age of twelve and impervious to most injuriesMost of the book is about Joey and his siblings who are the modern generation of Hubbards They're your typical Christian family apart from the fact that they've had aunts and uncles disappearing for the two hundred years However there are flashbacks to George and Abigail who had been two of the first to disappearThe world itself was delightfully uniue and well built We mostly get to know the Strytes and Kalicans in this book but I'm looking forward to meeting interesting creatures in the seuelsI think the only issue I had with the book was that at times the conversations were a bit stiff However the sheer high concept idea than made up for it in my mindAlso a few of the characters were a bit flat but with the sheer number that were in the book it was hard to give them all proper development I look forward to getting to know them better in the successive books

EBOOK ¸ Time Captives ã Morgan Elizabeth Huneke

Creighton Hill (Time Captives, #1) Ç “No one can mysteriously disappear leaving no trace It isn’t realistic”“You’re right Emily” her grandfather said thoughtfully “It isn’t realistic However a good many things happen in this world that are not realistic things supernatural”Emily Allan Jill Joey and Anna have grown up on their grandfather’s tales of ancestors who mysteriously disappeared from Creighton Hill the plantation home that h WAIT WHAT DO YOU MEAN IT’S OVER?Pardon me All I know is that book was really goodThis review might be a little spoilery so bewareI feel bad that it took me so long to read I’m sorry Morgan My problem is that I start WAY too many books and read them all at the same time and feel guilty that I’ve only read a few pages out of each And then I bury myself in schoolwork and other thingsyou get the ideaIt really was great and fast paced and exciting and all that lovely stuff And I really enjoyed the Once Upon A Time effect Because Once Upon A Time and backstory just rockIf you’ve read the description you’ll note that this book is about Emily Jill Allan and Joey Hubbard and ten other Hubbardsthey’re all related Let’s see there’s George Abigail Thomas Mary Samantha Calvin Eleanor Jonathan Bethany Emily Allan Jill and Joey They’re all wonderful but Emily did get on my nerves I guess that was the point They’ve been transported transportaled? into another land called Calhortea Every twenty years a twelve year old child living in their family home Creighton Hill goes missing and ends up in Calhortea and assumed deadBut actually they’re captives of time Basically they can’t age the can’t die and they can’t leave until they accomplish their mission And they’re kind of locked upThey aren’t too fond of that especially since they have family that they’ve left behind on Earth And their situations aren’t the most pleasant anywayI enjoyed the faith aspect I know how hard it is to incorporate real world theology into fantasy and do it well Even though God did exist in Calhortea it wasn’t weird because the Hubbards were from our world Does that make any sense?I loved this book Think Narnia but immortal It’s portal fantasy and done very wellI can’t wait for The Crossways and Crannig CastleMorgan’s books are a good length for middle grade Not overwhelming but not underwhelming either Creighton Hill is not a cheesy middle grade book; anyone would enjoy it like I did So read it Explore Go on an adventure And don’t forget to come home in time for tea EBOOK ¸ Time Captives ã Morgan Elizabeth Huneke

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Morgan Elizabeth Huneke ã EBOOK As uncovered something differentWhen mysterious writing matching descriptions found in ancient accounts begins appearing to the children they know something’s up They must find out what really happened to their ancestors and work together to discover the reason behind the mysterious writingsCreighton Hill is the first book of the Time Captives trilogy a tale of faith family fantasy and a fight for truth and freedo What I thoughtI’m gonna start off with the cover Don’t you guys love this cover? I do I would LOVE to live at Creighton Hill along with my three brothers who said that they’re gonna live with me with the exception of the disappearancesAnyways moving onI loved this book It was a really nice book that revolves around siblings some nicer and some not as nice It’s Christian and fantasy It has a Narnia feel but not too similar Before I go on I’m gonna share one of my favorite parts of the bookHe barely heard his sister’s warning A wall suddenly appeared in front of him a little too close Against his face With a smack “Ouch” he mumbled JoeyI just had to say that My favorite parts tend to be little parts like this Look forward to it in chapter three DI also loved how Morgan switched between current well 2000 and previous times with different characters It gave you much information without making it boringAnd chapter fourteen I was not expecting that to happen Wow If you want to know about this chapter you should read this book PAnywho this was a great book Morgan did an excellent job writing itCharactersI loved all the characters even the bad ones with the exception of the kingAnd I will say it I’m a combination of Emily and Joey If you haven’t read the book read and you’ll understandMy favorite character was George But Joey came a close second All the characters were amazing in their own ways 3PlotI liked the plot Time captives strytes and an angered ueen? Yeah A few parts where it was a little slow moving but not much It kept you wanting and it was pretty awesomeProblemsAs I mentioned above it switched who’s POV you were in and I liked it but sometimes it was a little confusing And there were a couple of errors And the few slow partsNothing to bad OtherThis was a really good book Definitely one I’d be fine with letting my siblings read I mean this is a middle grade book When there’s violence it’s not to descriptive yet it keeps it interesting Now I need to make my brother read this laughs evillyGreat job Morgan It was amazing