It’s my book birthday! I’m very pleased to present Sabaska’s Quest, Tales of the Travelers book 2. This series has been a dream of mine for a long time, and to see a second book in print (and ebook), well, I’m just tickled.
You know what else is cool about this book birthday? I happen to share it with a very talented YA horror author named Anne Michaud. Her book, Hunters Trap, comes out today as well. I do believe you should check it out, along with Sabaska’s Quest. I’ll be posting a review of Hunter’s Trap in a week or two. I loved her collection of stories, Girls and Monsters, and I’m sure I’ll love Hunter’s Trap as well.
Last summer, Anna’s world got turned upside-down. It’s hard to believe her travels to different worlds and fantastic yet dangerous adventures really took place. Little things, like the twinge of pain from her healing ribs, and a few relics, remind her that her journeys did actually occur. David, a ghost she met on her travels, suddenly reappears, bringing both old friends and foes back into her life. To help Sabaska, Anna must attempt to rescue captured Travelers from a Vanir stronghold, and still get home in time for school. An easy task compared to dealing with her mixed feelings for Cahir.
Uncovering a Vanir plot to find a powerful lost mage will test her strength and dedication to the Travelers. With the help of new and old friends, they set out in search of the mage. He could tip the balance of the war in either side’s favor and it’s up to Sabaska and Anna to get there first.