Great book from start to the exciting climactic ending. Turns the light on a significant cultural problem from an interesting perspective. Jake and his fellow travelers fight to stay alive long enough to figure out how to get home. – Amazon Review
When you board an elevator you do so as an act of faith. You have faith that when the doors open you’ll be where you expected to be. For Jake that isn’t always so.
When fourteen-year-old Jake and his dad board the local mall’s antique elevator with a group of strangers, the shoppers exit at a floor where things are subtly different. They team up with some of their fellow travelers and realize they have they have powers to tap into to help them escape and get back again.
The tension is high and the unseen forces at play make this an exciting read in the spirit of the Hunger Games and Maze Runner. Fans of Terry Pratchett will thoroughly enjoy this fantastic adventure.
About the Author
TL Scott grew up in a small mid-western town. He could often be found with his nose in a good book, even while walking around. Small town life was good but he craved adventure. He wanted to make a difference with his life so he joined the Navy. Over the course of his Naval career, Scott was exposed to people from all walks of life. It is from his love of storytelling and passion for characters of all types that give his characters life. They are the ones that tell their story.
Scott’s break-out novel A Life Worth Living is a tale of a families struggles with love and loss. Dave and Debbie have grown distant from each other while trying to juggle successful careers and two children. When tragedy strikes they must decide how much they are willing to sacrifice to make theirs A Life Worth Living.
His second novel, Fault Line, follows Bill and his buddies. They are visiting his hometown while on leave from the war. Bill’s baby sister is getting married. The soldiers are forced into action when they cross the path of a gang that has invaded this idyllic western town. There is no way this gang could have settled in so deep without help. Someone had to have helped them. Someone has crossed the line, the Fault Line.
His third book, Levels, was released in November of 2018. Jake discovers he has the ability to cross over to other realities. He has to stay alive and learn to control this ability while he fights to find his way back to his normal. He discovers that others have abilities of their own. Together they team up to fight the enforcers in a battle that is much bigger than they know.
His fourth book and second of the Levels series, titled Tunnels follows the adventures of Jake and Clare. They have both grown in their abilities since that day at Wentley’s department store. This time they face their greatest enemy. Billions of lives hang in the balance across reality after reality.
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