Lightmasters 13 by M. G. Wells

LightmastersThe main character, Jessica, is portrayed with the blend of kid and adult that most feel at this age.  Written in present tense it allows the reader to experience things as the character does.  Jessica has a whirlwind going on in her life.

The grandparents were very entertaining with their various physical attributes and their colorful language when dealing with each other.  They added good humor.

This is a very good read for anyone age of 12 or older.  There are a few scenes that can be a little scary with creatures, but nothing that I felt most kids would think were too intense. At less than 200 pages and a quickly paced plot, this was a quick read.

SUMMARY

Orphaned after her parents’ tragic death, Jessica Wyrd feels uneasy living with her gassy grandparents. With few friends and constant teasing by her hardcore schoolmates, this Georgia girl feels like an outcast living in a small town in upstate New
York.

Anxious about being forgotten on her 13th birthday, Jessica is lured into the forest by a strange spiral light. She encounters three Lighmasters, who convince her that she has unique gifts. Intrigued, she’s transported to another dimension where she is tested for her courage and strength.

Things change drastically when Jessica returns to earth. During school, her reality shifts and people start turning into reptilian monsters. The leader of the Lightmasters tells her she’s needed by the alliance to defeat an invisible alien beast, who feeds off fear.

How can Jessica conquer her own fears and help rid the world of a wicked enemy who hates humans?

M.G. is an award-winning artist and produced playwright best known for Into the Light, Practice Makes Perfect & SPOOKY!

LightMasters: Number 13 is M.G.’s debut novel.

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