Spotlight: Haven Wakes by Fi Phillips
What if we lived in a world where hidden cities lie just beyond the next door, hidden in plain sight and guarded by mystical creatures?
One ordinary boy, lost in two extraordinary worlds. An eccentric stranger with the ability to summon doorways out of thin air. A strange girl with powers no one understands. An evil villain hell-bent on trapping Darklings. A world of magic… and robots.
When Steve Haven’s uncle dies, Steve finds himself the guardian of a strange artefact known only as the Reactor. But there are people out there who want the Reactor; dangerous and powerful people. With his parents missing and no one in the normal world he can trust, Steve must join forces with a strange collection of magical beings to save the world by stopping the Reactor from falling into the wrong hands…
Praise for Haven Wakes
lilylawson🌈 (@lilylawson22) January 16, 2020
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