It's Harry Potter meets The Matrix. The Puppet Spell by @ELAdams12


IFTEEN YEAR OLD Lexa is very different to her twin Lucinda, but when they stumble upon their uncle’s storeroom they discover a world far away from their mundane lives.

The Puppet Spell

E. L. Adams

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It's Harry Potter meets The Matrix.

Guided by their Uncle Devon and his untrustworthy chimera familiar, the girls – along with Lexa’s best friend Marlon – try to navigate their new surroundings without falling prey to the elusive puppeteer and the creeping, sinister Puppet Spell.

Praise for The Puppet Spell

Reading this, you really wouldn't believe that it is E.L. Adams debut novel at all. She writes with such an assured style it's as if she has been a published writer for years.

You have a wonderful narrative voice for children’s literature.

Adams has crafted an entertaining fantasy tale with some nicely creepy moments. This novel is aimed at a young audience and should be extremely well received...a brilliantly written adventure story.

Author Bio

Emma is a 21-year-old author from Birmingham, UK. When she isn't reading voraciously, studying, or taking every opportunity to travel, she can be found in front of her writing desk.

Having aspired to be a writer since the age of ten, Emma aims to give life to her (admittedly bizarre) daydreams, through creating weird and wonderful alternative worlds. Her debut novel THE PUPPET SPELL, published in January 2013 by Rowanvale Books, is a fantasy tale for young adults and the young at heart, inspired by her lifelong love of traditional fantasy, mythology, and video games.

When not living the crazy life of an English Literature with Creative Writing student at Lancaster University, Emma reluctantly resides in the attic in her parents' house in Birmingham. Local rumour is that she is working on a dark fantasy series for mature young adults featuring demons and other assorted night terrors.