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Max Quick: The Two Travellers

Mark Jeffery

Book Overview: 

Five quiet years have passed in Starland, California since the the time of the Pocket. But when a crazed old man shows up with a warning, Max, Casey, Ian and Sasha suddenly find themselves on the run. Max and Ian go through an Arch back to 1912, where a mysterious Machine is under construction that seems connected to Max’s unremembered secret. Meanwhile, Casey and Sasha follow the old man to the strange town of Arturo Gyp. But there is more afoot than meets the eye: the enemies of Mr. E - the nefarious Archons - are abroad. And when Max is at last eye-to-eye with his secret, he realizes nothing will ever be the same again...

Recommended for fans of Harry Potter by JK Rowling and Percy Jackson & Heroes of Olympus by Rick Riordan.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .But there was no

warmth in the gesture; his eyes were grey steel. “It’s getting late. The

Gyp can get a bit rough this time of night, especially for two

unescorted young ladies.” He casually dismissed Cody’s presence as

an escort, as if he signified nothing. Then he smiled, a forced, tight

smile, like his face wasn’t made for such a thing.

But his sudden presence while talking about him was not lost on

Casey or Sasha. He didn’t like people talking about him, that was

clear. Had he actually been following them? Listening in on their

conversation from the shadows?

“Goodnight,” Blackthorne said simply, as if the matter were now

concluded. . . . Read More

Community Reviews

This book was recommended to me by Mrs. Susan Dee, 5th grade language arts teacher in the snowy state of Maine. Our classes connected on World Read Aloud Day and we both did some book talks. This book came up and I immediately ordered it from Amazon.

My students are in the middle of PSSAs which gave

I read a lot of YA and when you read as much YA as I do everything starts to feel a little stale and familiar even if there is some new twist or gimmick. Familiar isn't a bad thing sometimes, but when I actually find something that shows me something truly new or unexpected, it deserves a special no

A clever adventure that takes you on a wild and mystical ride! The beginning is a little slow to start, but once you are immersed in the world of The Pocket you will find it hard to put the book down!

I enjoyed the creative way Jeffrey connects old tales and new concepts to explain the fundamentals o

"On March 14, at exactly 1:59 in the afternoon, the world stopped."

From that first sentence, THE POCKET AND THE PENDANT grabs you and barrels you along a story that's fantastic in every sense of the word. It's funny, exciting, and fascinating, with tantalizing dollops of historical detail interwoven

Every once in a while we all come across a book that speaks, and speaks to us individually, in a way that goes beyond the characters and events inside the story; when the story becomes more than a story. Like Lord of the Rings, A Wrinkle in Time, even The Da Vinci Code, there are times when the stor

This is a book packed full of adventure and neat concepts. Like the hero, the story starts off with a bang and keeps going at a ripping pace. I finished this book at the same speed because I couldn't wait to see what happened next.
Jeffrey is not afraid to think big, and the scope of the Pocket and t

A great piece of fiction that as a bonus is also young enough to be juvenile fiction (so my kids can read it too). Great world, great plot lines, cool characters. Well done Mark!

I wrote it, so I kinda like it :) Hope you do as well!!!!

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