Please pull up a time machine and be seated as the time-slip adventure continues through the time portals of Bede Hall, built atop the successive ruins of prehistoric Britain.
As the final book of the Bede Trilogy ‘TOMORROW AGAIN’ unfolds, teenage telepathic twins Christopher (Kit) and Bathsheba (Bash), once deeply divided by science and mythology, are separated by three-thousand-years. And as steeped as the twins’ great uncle’s replica of King Tut’s Egyptian throne was reputed to be in the tradition of mindful relaxation, to Kit, the chair is nothing short of a dodgy time machine.
Kit’s back is literally against Hadrian’s Wall, but in a bid to save his family from a self-centered stately home, manipulating its tenants in its continuing mission to save itself, he reluctantly accepts a dangerous time travel mission to ancient Egypt.
While Bash defends the home front under siege from the unleashed Furies of the Bede Prophecy, Kit must confront his childhood nemesis the ‘face on mars’, defy the curse that split the continent of Pangea, and prevent a global catastrophe. So… no pressure.
Thankfully, the royal Egyptian cats of the Temple of Bast are a timely ally.
As the last bastion of time’s eternal gateways, Bede Hall has no intention of fading into history without a fight.
‘Tomorrow Again’ is scheduled for launch September-ish… I mean, since when has a schedule been foolproof during turbulent times!
Book one: TWINTER – the first portal
Book two: TIME FALLS LIKE SNOW