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The Brenwyd Legacy trilogy continues with Book Two as Cassie and her friends escape to Glastonbury, where they discover that their adventure has only just begun. At an inn, they meet a mysterious woman who knows a few things the teens don’t – about their own story. To thrust them forward to the next stage of their journey, she sends them backward in time. Passing through a musical “time slip” on horseback, the four friends find themselves in the kingdom of none other than the legendary King Arthur. There, Cassie meets her Brenwyd ancestors, who train her to use music to heal, to fight, and to discern good from evil. As a Brenwyd, Cassie can hear a melody in every living thing, as well as in the time slip itself. Its crescendo, which is quickly approaching, will give the teens a brief window of time in which to journey home. But before they can return and finish the rescue mission they began in their own era, they have a vital role to play in this one. To preserve the legacy of a kingdom that has fascinated imaginations for centuries, they must uncover several secrets, shed light on a false rumor, and battle the original Brotherhood – all before the time slip reopens at the climax of its song. Caught in a race against time, will Cassie and her friends be able to find answers to their questions in time to save the kingdom... and themselves?
About the Author
Rosemary Groux is a talented young author with a passion for reading, riding, history and all things King Arthur. She began writing the Brenwyd Legacy trilogy at the age of 14, and finished drafting its third book two years later. She has a heart for animal welfare and has written for Horse Country Saddlery and The Highland Herald. She desires to inspire faith through her writing, and lives with her family on a horse farm in Broad Run, VA. Meg Syverud is a freelance illustrator/graphic/web designer. She was born in Cincinnati, but grew up in the shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia. In 2010, she graduated from James Madison University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), Graphic Design.