Title: The Corn Maze
Author: Kaye Giuliani
Published Date: May 22nd 2014
Genre: Sci Fi
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Ever wondered what would happen if you stumbled through a portal to another reality when you weren’t looking? This book is funny, touching, scary as heck, and irreverently sarcastic. It is a romp through strange lands that you don’t want to miss! “The Corn Maze” is the first book in a three-part adventure that is guaranteed to lift you out of your life and plop you right down into a series of new realities and dimensions. Laugh, cry, fall in love, and bite your fingernails. It doesn’t get any better than this!
This latter is my own choice as one of the worlds visited has four moons.
You will enjoy the trip as Alisha visits first a barren world where she acquires a friend/pet in the form of a helpful animal (Ahqui). This is quickly followed by finding a more promising one where her little party grows to include a husband (Rhamas).
Whilst this is happening we are updated occasionally on life back in Maryland and her family coming to terms with her disappearance. Eventually, on her wedding day after a fascinating series of adventures Alisha decides to visit her old home then return to live in Natalo.
Unfortunately the portal consists of a gigantic rock which sends you to a different place according to which part you touch, thus there are more adventures in new worlds until they end up on Earth. Or do they? We will find out when we read the next installment of a fascinating story.
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