• Braxo's Escape

  • The Traveler's League, Book 2
  • By: Nick Goss
  • Narrated by: Kevin Rineer
  • Length: 3 hrs and 20 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Wizards are dangerous.... Girls are deadly! 

Eva Mae is not your typical girl. She has a gift...a unique power....

She has the magic timepiece, too.

The Traveler's League is for boys only. That's what the Old Rule says.

But the Old Rule has been broken and Braxo sees his opportunity to strike back at the Traveler's League.

Join the adventure! Find the girl! Let's stop Braxo together!

©2019 Nicholas Goss (P)2020 Nicholas Goss

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Sometimes Rules are Made to be Broken!

I'll admit, when I finished the end of The Timepiece and Hoops gave up the piece to Eva Mae, I was sad. I had a vested interest in Hoops and wanted to see more of him. Fear not! He has a big part to play still, and is prominent in Braxo's Escape. But even if he wasn't, I fell equally in love with precocious - and sometimes bratty! - Eva Mae in all her 8-year-old glory. This story, like its predecesor, draws you in so wholly that you can almost believe that the Traveler's League is just around the next corner. The characters are very real - flaws and all - and you end up wanting to both hug and yell at all of them! Except for maybe Braxo, but really, he kind of deserves what's coming to him. I can't wait to see what comes next for the Traveler's League after the fallout of Braxo's Escape!