Follow six friends as they set out on an adventure far from home to a place where they truly come from- another world known as Pawcombe. To save their home they have to summon the courage to battle deadly enemies as they are the only ones who can help. A very enjoyable read for all ages. -Amazon Reviewer
The Sterling Cone
(The Sought Six Book 1)
Jenna and Hallie, twelve-year-old identical twin sisters, live a fairly normal life. They have a mom, Lou, who is pretty cool as far as moms go. They have four best friends: Alan, Jules, Lindsay, and Thomas. They go to school. They play games. It’s all normal. That is, until it’s not…
When Jenna and Hallie arrive home from school to find a stranger in their kitchen, she tells the twins the truth: they were born in another world called Pawcombe, and it is their birthright (theirs, and their four best friends’) to put an end to the evil man reigning terror over Pawcombe.
This will mean journeying back to a lush, forested world they don’t remember, meeting strange creatures, and fighting in deadly battles. They are the only ones who can help. They are the hope Pawcombe has waited for. They are the Sought Six.
“If you liked Harry Potter, you’ll adore The Sought Six!” –Gage, age 10
“Pawcombe is now my dream world.” –Anonymous, age 10
“I recommend all children read it. I can’t wait for book two!” –Maggie, age 10
About the Author
C.A. (Catherine Anne) Klug was born in Mississauga, ON in 1991. She was raised in a heavily wooded neighbourhood in Cambridge, so it is no surprise (to her, anyway) that most of her stories are set in/around forests.
Catherine wrote her first book at age 5 and never looked back. Her debut middle-grade novel, “The Sought Six: The Sterling Cone” is now available on online retailers worldwide.
When not writing (which isn’t often), Catherine likes reading, horseback riding, traveling/exploring, and playing sports. She has an everlasting thirst for a good cup of coffee, an overactive imagination, and a memory like a steel trap–but she’ll occasionally forget why she walked into a room.