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Fourteen-year-old Brynn McAwber discovers a terrible truth about herself and her family and must undergo a perilous quest to another world, to save a friend, and redeem her soul.

Unusual things have been happening to Brynn McAwber. A strange little man keeps showing up at her door. She's being watched by a mysterious woman with a sword strapped to her back. And her body keeps...disappearing.

When Brynn discovers the terrible truth about herself and her family, she embarks on a perilous quest, which takes her far from Indiana, far from the world she knows, into the Land of Annwfyn, home of brownies and bwbachods, xanas and zephyrs, goblins and gods.

This is the story of a girl who finds out she's supposed to be the villain, but decides to be the hero anyway.

©2019 Black Rose Writing (P)2019 Beacon Audiobooks

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Good story..not so good reader

The story on this book is good teen story but the reader is weird. It's told from a teen girl point of view but an adult man is reading it. And it sounds more like a dad is just reading a bedtime storiy than an audiobook reader trying to read with different characters.