Sunday, February 17, 2013

History of the Timelaws (Timelaws #2) by Marise Ghorayeb

Fifteen-year-old Elizabeth enjoys movies, teasing her older brothers, and pulling pranks with friends. She is also a member of a secret group of magic-wielding time travelers. However, when the rules that govern time travel are broken, chaos ensues and it is up to her to restore the Timelaws. As her enemies, the Wizards, and her allies, the Darks, scramble back and forth throughout time to claim victory in an ancient war, her past changes, as does her memory of it. Can Elizabeth make sense out of mayhem before it is too late? If she doesn’t, her home, her family, and the universe will be destroyed.

History of the Timelaws is one of those books that grabs you from the very first page and doesn't let go until after the exciting conclusion.  With a great cast of characters, the story stays fresh and entertaining. Liz is determined to restore the timelaws so that her world is set straight.  However, it's not that simple.  First, she'll have to go head to head with the evil wizards that changed it to suit their own needs first.  

With fantasy, supernatural elements and modern youth, History of the Timelaws is a time jumping action-packed fantasy that I hated to put down.  I found myself entranced in the story and invested with the characters and their plight.  If you enjoy young adult books with twists, turns and lots of action, pick up History of the Timelaws!

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much Wendy! I'm thrilled you liked it. I just came back from a little Presidents Day weekend vacation and was so happy to find this review waiting for me :)



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