Pair Alleles is book 4 in the wonderfully mind-bending Derivatives of Displacement series by Jennifer Ellis. We follow twins Abbey and Caleb, who are both ‘gifted’ – Abbey starts the series at around age 12 studying with the 16-18 year old
It was the launch of Pair Alleles, book 4 in this Derivatives of Displacement series by Jennifer Ellis, on 19 September, that prompted me to catch up with book 3. You can read my reviews of A Pair of Docks and A
The second in Jennifer Ellis’s mind-boggling Derivatives of Displacement series is a worthy successor to the first. Having discovered that the strange stones take them to the future… and that multiple futures exist, Abbey, her twin Caleb, older brother Simon
The trouble with not doing your book review straight after reading the book is that sometimes you don’t do it for months. And that means sometimes you’ve forgotten what the book was about. The up side of this, is that
It’s a bad time for environmentalists in the UK at present. The new government chucked out just about everything we’ve been working on for the last fifteen years, and even when they do say policy is one thing e.g. protect
Now, I know I don’t usually post on Sunday, but during the A to Z Challenge it’s the only free day. So. Happy Easter to you, and let’s forget about the NATO Alphabet for one day to talk about writing.
Today I’m pleased to be part of Jennifer Ellis’s blog tour for the first in her series The Derivatives of Displacement. I received a kindle copy of A Pair of Docks free in return for my honest review. A Pair