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Read The Time Hunters (The Time Hunters Saga Book 1) Book Online | Action & Adventure Books | Books-pdf.website

From bestselling author Carl Ashmore, ‘THE TIME HUNTERS’ is the first chapter in the five book series for children of all ages.

Becky is a typical thirteen year old girl. She likes Facebook, gossiping and plenty of sleep. So when she and her brother, Joe, are invited to stay with their ‘loony’ Uncle Percy at his stately home, she thinks it’ll be the worst summer ever. What she doesn’t realise is that Bowen Hall is also home to a baby Triceratops, two Sabre-tooth tigers and the mythic hero, Will Scarlet…

‘The Time Hunters’ is a thrilling adventure that takes Becky, Joe, Uncle Percy and Will on a quest through time to find the legendary Golden Fleece.

Praise for The Time Hunters:

‘From every angle, it’s an excellent work. This series couldn’t ask for a more vibrant opening chapter.’  KIRKUS REVIEWS (awarded the KIRKUS STAR *)

‘I really enjoyed reading THE TIME HUNTERS. You start off the action with a bang, drawing the reader in right away. Your writing is strong, and in places has a classic feel….It has terrific potential.’ HARPER COLLINS

***** Carl Ashmore has written an entertaining book that children will love.  READERS FAVOURITE

‘This is a wonderful adventure. It has the magic of Lewis Carroll and Kenneth Grahame, the inventiveness of Roald Dahl and the writing skill of Rudyard Kipling in my opinion. It is the natural successor to Harry Potter. Brilliant!’

Four other books in the Time Hunters saga are also available: ‘The Time Hunters and the Box of Eternity’, ‘The Time Hunters and the Spear of Fate’ and ‘The Time Hunters and the Sword of Ages.’

I am delighted to announce  I have signed a contract with the major Brazilian publishing house, Bertrand Brasil, for them to publish ‘The Time Hunters’ as a print and ebook in Brazil.

Castiel woke up to the sound of screaming, startled awake, gasping for oxygen. It took him several deep breaths before he realized that he himself had been the one crying out in agony.

That nightmare, again. Always that same nightmare.

One moment he’d been flying, soaring, the planet below him nothing but an exciting maze of lights, and trees and cars and houses. The next, he suddenly remembered that it was physically impossible for him to still fly, because something was missing… That something being his wings.

And that was when he would crash to the earth, after falling for what felt like ages, until his own screams of terror inevitably woke him up.

With a noise that was somewhere between a hiccup and a sob, Castiel tried to calm his -now very human- racing heart. He curled up into a ball, his entire body shuddering as he stared at a crack in the wall, helplessly looking for a distraction. Burning on his back, were scars that couldn’t be seen but were very much there.

At first, Castiel winced when a gentle hand suddenly touched his shoulder, but he gradually relaxed into the offered comfort. This simple touch reminding him that he wasn’t alone. Not in this bed, not in this new life.

“Hey, shh. Cas, you’re good, I’ve got you.”

Sheets rustled behind him, and Castiel shivered even though Dean’s warm body moved closer.

A tender kiss was pressed to the bare skin of his left shoulder blade, soothing him, chasing away the burn. Another kiss, this time to his right shoulder blade, ensured that Castiel could breathe properly again.

“I’ve got you,” Dean whispered again, this time directly into Castiel’s ear, voice low.

As solid arms pulled him in completely, Castiel saw a faint ray of light at the end of the tunnel. No matter how many more times he would fall, at least nowadays he knew that he could always count on someone to catch him.

Under the Ruins of a Walled City | Chapter 12
Under house arrest while Rey and Leia try to decide what to do with him, Ren makes secret preparations for the final destruction of Snoke and writes letters to Hux that receive no response. In prison awaiting sentencing for his war crimes, Hux tries to summon some enthusiasm for his defense against the cries of billions who want him executed.
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Sooo this chapter was really hard for me! I’m not sure why, but it made me question the weekly updating plan. I’ll be curious to hear what people think. Thanks so much to all who left comments on the last chapter! Answering them today was a nice boost when I was freaking out over this chapter. <3