The Xidoran Prophecy by Elaine Bassett

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"Tonally, the storyline is ideally suited for young adult readers… Additionally, Charles’ strong relationship with his family and friends (particularly his love interest Caroline Saunders) gives the story a sense of warmth and comfort. But flat characterizations and lethargic pacing hamper this novel..."
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Charles Brookfield knew he loved Caroline Saunders from the moment he laid eyes on her at her grandparent’s Fourth of July picnic. She was the most beautiful girl he’d ever seen. She was the only girl he knew that would be brave enough to pick up a squirming worm. From that moment on Caroline was the only girl for him, but he wasn’t certain she felt the same way about him after a misfortunate incident. If their grandparents can figure out a way to get the two of them back together again will they be able to work things out and start over?

After Charles’ fifteenth birthday party his life is forever changed when he is asked to spend the night at his grandparent’s house. He discovers that life on their farm is not what he had always thought it was when his grandparent’s ask him if he can keep a mysterious and deadly secret that has been hidden in their family for generations. If Charles decides that he can keep their secret, then he will be forced to keep it hidden from not only the world but also the rest of his family for their own good. He is made to realize that knowing the truth will mean that he will have to adapt quickly to a new way of life or fail. Along the way he will have to face many challenges and life lessons as he figures out how to reconcile his old life with his new one. Discovering the past means that he will have to decide for himself if the secrets from their past are better left forgotten or not?
 

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Published April 15, 2013 by I Dream Publishing. 778 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Above average
on Jun 23 2014

"Tonally, the storyline is ideally suited for young adult readers… Additionally, Charles’ strong relationship with his family and friends (particularly his love interest Caroline Saunders) gives the story a sense of warmth and comfort. But flat characterizations and lethargic pacing hamper this novel..."

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