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The Time Entity Trilogy (Heaven's Jewel, The Eternity Stone, Futures Sown)

The Time Entity Trilogy (Heaven's Jewel, The Eternity Stone, Futures Sown) [Kindle Edition]

J.H. Sweet
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Heaven’s Jewel:
Aaron, Patrick, and Christine Wallace are trying to find a way home after surviving the plane crash that killed their parents and marooned them on a mysterious island. Thanks to the manipulative antics of the Time Entity, their quest will take many months and span many lands. Their journey is full of the unexpected. However, events such as encountering trolls and dragons in a magical garden, seeking the mythical Spidersong to free Jewel Trees from a curse, visiting a futuristic city, sailing beneath the Glacier of Dreams, and witnessing the birth of the Time Entity are nothing compared to the surprise of discovering that their actions hold the key to the survival of all of mankind.

The Eternity Stone:
As the time nears for the people of the planet to take refuge in the protected place known as Heaven’s Jewel, the exact location of the mysterious island is as yet unknown. In order to buy time, the four grandchildren of the original travelers search for the Eternity Stone, the only object capable of stopping time worldwide. However, before the search for the stone can even begin, the four are called upon to tackle a set of challenges on Elmara Lodés in which they must survive encounters with phantasms, gooleegungs, and other foul creatures. Amidst the many twists and turns of their journey, the new travelers form unusual alliances and make difficult decisions that actually end up changing the events of the past for their ancestors. Once the stone is found, they must piece together an unusual puzzle in order to finally locate the safe haven for mankind.

Futures Sown:
What if Spidersong and the Jewel Trees never existed? Events might have taken a very different turn, and the place of refuge for mankind might never exist. In this final segment of the Time Entity Trilogy, the travelers must once again face a series of difficult and bizarre challenges in order to finally secure the safe haven. With the Time Entity still engaged in his quest to outmaneuver Death, the double twins once again traverse the Circles of Time to lay the foundation for the future. Joined by new friends, and familiar faces, their path takes them to a valley of clouds, through a deserted underwater city, and into a realm riddled by fire tornadoes and earth tremors. They must also pass an unusual test in a candy factory in order to complete their quest to locate the seeds to plant the Jewel Trees. Similar to their bargain to obtain the Eternity Stone, the travelers once again feel conflicted when called upon to help create Mirrorseed, the evil fortress of elf enchantments and experiments. However, under the guidance of the Fate Entity, they are eventually able to understand that even some very unpleasant things are meant to be.

About the Author

J.H. Sweet is the author of The Fairy Chronicles, Foo and Friends, Juan Noel's Crystal Airship, The Time Entity Trilogy, Cassie Kingston Mysteries, and The Heaviest Things. She lives in South Texas and has a degree in English from Texas State University.

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  • Print Length: 396 pages
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  • Language: English
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Family Reading 11 May 2011
We are advancing to books without pictures but we still love reading together at bedtime. My girls (eight and ten) still love our storytime as much as ever. It gives us a chance to connect and calm down from our busy days. This book is action packed and high flying fun!! Literally high flying because the characters take a hot-air balloon trip and ride on the back of a dragon. It took us two weeks to read these three books and we read long past our normal storytime most evenings because we couldn't wait to find out what was going to happen. We three agree that our favorite part of this book was the time the double twins spent in the candy factory. They were tricked and trapped into working in the factory that was a horrible place to work when they started. They were able to change the course of things (this is something they do in many of their situations) and make things much better. We loved the different types of candies and the time cliches that help them figure out how to pass the challenge to win a terrific prize. You'll have to read it yourself to find out what they won, but it's much better than lifetime supply of candy.

The thing I liked most about these three books is that they didn't gender stereotype. The boys are sensitive and the girls do everything the boys do. They have the same battles and the same responsibilities. The characters are all equal and no one is portrayed as classically "girl" or "boy". This showed great model characters for my girls. This book explores a good deal of deep thinking issues. These we are not particularly discussing because my girls are so young. They are not inappropriate concepts, just above their level of thinking at present. But I hope they will read these books again in the future and get more out of them. Right now we really enjoyed the high flying fun and fantastic action.
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5.0 out of 5 stars If you like dragons, time-travel, and more... 3 Jun 2011
I loved this super exciting and very interesting take on time-travel. Dragons, Firebirds and other mythical creatures are used in unique ways in this trilogy. The time-travel itself doesn't use a machine or anything like I've read before. Time is not the same as in other books either. It's a circle, not like an ongoing calender. It's hard to describe. You would need to read the books. I think it's very interesting and by the end it all makes sense, and it's not what you might expect. The Time Entity and Death are engaged in a chess game of sorts but not the same as like in the Seventh Seal. This one involves all of mankind. Climate change and natural disasters are a part of this. The game is going on the whole time but we don't really know it until the characters start figuring it out as things move along. This is three books in one so it would be hard to describe all of the plots. I don't think you will be disappointed to read this book. I wasn't. I guess I liked the fantasy parts best like the dragons, jewel trees, giant sasquatches, ice spirits and a lot of others. The second and third books are shorter than the first and have a lot more twists and turns. I like them even better than the first book that is good too because it starts to explain things. I will probably read this again someday.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good Time Travel Book And More 9 May 2011
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This was quick reading and more than meets the eye. The time travel is the best part of this but it's different than other time travel books. This is a mixture of sci-fi and fantasy and it has quite a few kooky and unexpected events. The characters are like that too. I wasn't expecting a book to have a giant sasquatch, a mirror man and a gargoyle all in one. I wasn't expecting the characters to relive parts of their travels and cause their own futures to change.

There is good flow from one book to the next but to get a few questions answered I had to read the final book. The final book tells how time is designed. I like how time is designed. The scary but believable future is something I don't think I like but it fits this saga. The books are more fantasy and fun than scientific and technical and I definitely like that. I don't want to have to concentrate so hard when I read a sci-fi book and this fit my tastes perfectly. I liked this book and I would recommend it to others.
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