A Penny Lost by Aspen Bassett

A Penny Lost by Aspen Bassett


Book Details:
Book Title:  A Penny Lost by Aspen Bassett

Category:  YA Fiction, 232 pages

Genre:  Urban Fantasy

Publisher:  World Castle Publishing

Release date:  Jan 13, 2018

Content Rating: PG (There’s a kiss and some mild violence)

Book Description:

Penelope Grace, usually forgotten under the shadow of her twin sister’s perfection, tries her hardest to hide her freakish ability to see into anyone’s soul.

Until she senses an unusual energy like a human-shaped void in the universe. When Penny investigates the source, she gets tossed through a crack in time along with the cute boy next door. The Void follows them through history, increasing the dangers as if testing Penny. But what is it testing for? And why does it claim to know her better than even she knows herself? Even as Penny searches for answers, she must fight to survive the tragedies of both the past and future in order to get back home.

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Meet the Author:Aspen Bassett works at a library, telling stories and suggesting books. When she’s not working, she’s usually sipping hot cocoa and wondering what would happen if she had superpowers. She’s been published in multiple anthologies including Oomph: A Little Super Goes a Long Way and Inaccurate Realities.

Aspen grew up learning about chakras and auras and the true power of imagination which slips into her writing whether she intend it to or not. In college, when she wasn’t busy working on her degree in Creative Writing, Aspen also got her certificate in Women’s Meditation (basically general energy work). Now, she’s working toward a diploma in Integrated Healing Arts with a certificate in Hypnotherapy.

Connect with the Author: Website ~ Twitter Facebook ~ Instagram ~

My Review
A Penny Lost by Aspen Bassett had a slow start that caused me to almost lose interest in the book, but I held on and I’m glad I did as it is an interesting story filled with powers and abilities that interested me due to their uniqueness. I do however feel that this is a book that is best read by teenagers and young adults as they are an audience that would appreciate Penelope Grace the most!
 

 

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