Synopses & Reviews
The thrilling sequel to the fantastical novel THE DIVIDE, which PUBLISHERS WEEKLY called "inviting...with a nicely constructed cliff-hanger [that leaves readers]...hungry for the next."
After his adventures in THE DIVIDE, Felix lives quietly at home with his parents. But Snakeweed, the arch villain, is still at large. Having failed to sell bad magic to the real world, he wants to go back home. All he needs to get there is the spell hidden in Felix's notebook. So Snakeweed pays a visit to Felix--and freezes his parents with a horrible curse that begins to spread like a magical disease. Soon the curse is effecting everything--and the Earth itself may be in danger. Felix must return to The Divide to find the counter-charm that can cure his parents...and save the world!
After his adventures in "The Divide," Felix lives quietly at home. But Snakeweed is still at large. All he needs to get home is the spell hidden in Felix's notebook. So he freezes Felix's parents. Felix must return to The Divide to find the counter-charm that can cure his parents and save the world.
About the Author
Elizabeth Kay works as a teacher as well as a professional writer and illustrator. She has published radio plays, short stories and poetry, and two novels for children--The Divide and Back to the Divide. The final book in the Divide trilogy will be published in the summer of 2005. In the story of thirteen-year-old Felix, The Divide provides a mixture of imagination and humor. While on vacation in Costa Rica, Felix, who has been diagnosed with a life-threatening heart disease, falls into a fantasy world. There, he meets a variety of fictional creatures who help him find a cure for his illness and help him get back home.
In the second title of the trilogy, Back to the Divide, Felix must save his parents from a dangerous curse. The evil Snakeweed freezes Felixs parents in a curse that also endangers the Earth! Felix must work to free his parents and save the world.
Elizabeth Kay has two grown-up daughters and lives in Surrey, England.