Not-quite-sixteen year old Lizbet Moore expects a boring last month of summer vacation -- and she gets what she’s expecting until a fifteen hundred year old Fae named Eamon shows up in her backyard disguised as a down-on-his-luck garden gnome. When Eamon slips an ancient amulet around her neck, the memories of Lizbet’s many past lives, including her first life as Morgan Le Fae, come slamming back to her to change her summer plans in a way she could never have expected.
Forced to go on the run when murderous monks show up at the back door, Lizbet hops a plane to Scotland accompanied by Eamon, the whispering voices of her past lives, and geekily cute James, the college boy from next door. Not only does she have to dodge the monks, but she’s racing against time and greedy land developers to prevent the entire race of the Fae from being destroyed.
The only thing Lizbet knows for sure is that if she fails and can't produce a few live fairies at the end of her journey, she's going to be grounded for life...and probably for her next life, too.
Jill Nojack is a member of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) and a Kindle Scout winning author for her books The Familiar and The Innocent Dead.
When she isn't exploring her creative side, Jill enjoys laughing too loud and long in public and talking about herself in third person.
This YA fantasy novel has a spunky heroine, lots of action, a difficult quest, and just enough humor to give you a grin once in a
while. It is also blissfully free of the proofreading problems that
sometimes plague Indie books. Suitable for all ages. ~ Lauren Miller, Indieheart Reviews\
I enjoyed this book much more that I thought I would. It was clever and
fun and fast-paced, with just the right amount of Arthurian myth thrown
in to keep it all centered. I actually learned a thing or two, which is
not easy. ~ Max Tomlinson, Author of The Cain File
In Magic Unbound, local author Jill Nojack comes through with a fast-moving
Fantasy/Adventure story. The novella-length book incorporates
interesting twists on the Arthurian myths into a clever tale about a
15-year-old girl who tries to save the Fae (Fairy) race and bring them
into the modern world with a little help from her friends. Recommended
for readers age 12+. Good, clean fun. - Portage Book Trail