Musa Monday – “The Last Timekeepers and the Arch of Atlantis” by Sharon Ledwith

As promised, every Monday I am going to feature an author and/or book from my publisher Musa Publishing.  Not all of them will necessarily be in the young adult genre, but this one is.  I haven’t read it yet, but it looks amazing and I can’t wait to read it!  I will post a review when I do.  But, for now, here is the synopsis and excerpt.  Click on the cover to buy the book from Musa – it’s only $3.99!  Happy Monday!

Children are the keys to our future. And now, children are the only hope for our past.

When 13-year-old Amanda Sault and her annoying classmates are caught in a food fight at school, they’re given a choice: suspension or yard duty. The decision is a no-brainer. Their two-week crash course in landscaping leads to the discovery of a weathered stone arch in the overgrown back yard. The arch isn’t a forgotten lawn ornament but an ancient time portal from the lost continent of Atlantis.

Chosen by an Atlantean Magus to be Timekeepers–legendary time travelers sworn to keep history safe from the evil Belial–Amanda and her classmates are sent on an adventure of a lifetime. Can they find the young Robin Hood and his merry band of teens? If they don’t, then history itself may be turned upside down.


Amanda Sault silently studied the words she just scrawled: May 1st, 1214—Games and songs and revelry, act as the cloak of devilry. So that an English legend may give to the poor, we must travel to Nottingham to even the score.

She frowned. She was the Scribe. Amanda knew that meant she was supposed to understand what this riddle meant. But she didn’t have a clue. All she knew was that she, her four annoying classmates, and two offbeat adults were standing in what was left of the lost continent of Atlantis and they were supposed to be the Timekeepers, the legendary time travelers handpicked by destiny to keep Earth’s history safe from evil. But no one had told them how they were supposed to do it.

Their problem: no matter what happened—good or bad—they weren’t supposed to mess with the past. Period. Dot. End of story. Amanda felt hot liquid build in her throat. Her thumb traced the words of the arcane riddle. Their first Timekeeper mission. Amanda knew this wasn’t the end of the story.

This was just the beginning.


~ by Dusty Crabtree - Author of Shadow Eyes on June 18, 2012.

3 Responses to “Musa Monday – “The Last Timekeepers and the Arch of Atlantis” by Sharon Ledwith”

  1. This is such as awesome idea, Dusty! I really appreciate your support in giving me a voice in the world. Cheers and Kudos!

  2. Very cool. 🙂

  3. Great idea dusty–and so generous of you for wanting to support fellow authors, AND doing something about it. Here’s to YOUR success!
    Jan Flores

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