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Triskellion review Ý E-book, or Kindle E-pub µ First in a thrilling supernatural trilogy Breathless Suspenseful — Kirkus ReviewsA sense of foreboding sets in the moment fourteen year old twins Rachel and Adam arrive from New York to visit their English grandmother The station is empty village streets are deserted locals are hostile anChed in chalk on the moors and an ancient feud that keeps villagers warily apart With a growing sense of danger the twins must unearth a secret that has protected the village for centuries one that reveals a shocking truth about their ancestors and themselves. This book has some mystery to it which is the only thing had me going I wanted to figure out what the hell was going to happen to the twins I'm still very confused on what I just read To be honest I'm not 100% if I will read the 2nd book I was hoping it would just hurry up and finish when i got to the last few chapters

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First in a thrilling supernatural trilogy Breathless Suspenseful Kirkus ReviewsA sense of foreboding sets in the moment fourteen year old twins Rachel and Adam arrive from New York to visit their English grandmother The station is empty village streets are dese. Posted to my Livejournal in January 2009The book jacket caught me on this one both the cover and the description of the plot And I liked the book though I'm not exactly sure what the hell happened at every turn I don't think authors should hit their readers over the head with What It All Means but in this case I needed the various mysteries to be tied together a little bit Twins Rachel and Adam are sent to stay in a tiny village in England with their grandmother while their parents divorce and this village has a disturbing past which Rachel and Adam because of their birth seem destined to uncover for all to see A preternatural young boy named Gabriel makes friends with the twins but he has an agenda that is opposite of the villagers he wants to uncover the truth they want to hide it There's a three sided blade called the triskellion a chalk circle on a hill under which something important is buried a TV crew angling to film an archeological dig of this hill and villagers meeting in secret in the woods to do terrible things Oh and there are bees lots of bees Sometimes this really reminded me of The Wicker Man but in a good way not in a Nicolas Cage running through through the woods like an idiot and falling into one incomprehensible plot hole after another way There's the whole bee thing and the close mouthed small town villagers with a dark secret and the pagan rituals and wow this really is like The Wicker Man Except this has an alien I think Like I said I'm not sure what happened at the end I wouldn't say this is an excellent read because the writing was a little flat but I did really find the mystery intriguing and I liked the heavy atmospheric mood so if there is a second book like says there is I'll read it

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TriskellionRted locals are hostile and even their frail Granny Root is oddly distant And who is the strange boy Gabriel who speaks to them telepathically and what about the bees that appear to follow a mysterious force It all seems tied up with the Triskellion a symbol et. This book started off SO awesomely and I must have raced through the first like fifty pages in ten minutes And overall it IS a very fast read but I felt that somewhere along the way it started to lose a bit of its shine somehow like things just started getting a bit too odd and unexplained I'm still not entirely sure what the elders of the town were so freaked out about and it takes a long time before you really know what Adam and Rachel's mission is view spoilerWhich for a lot of the time makes them just look a little silly and easily led by Gabriel hide spoiler