THIRTEEN 5 STARS for SACHA—The Way Backhttp://tinyurl.com/ptapov6
to see Book Three of the Alexander Trilogy
A PERFECT WAY TO WRAP UP A TRILOGY.
In the final book of the Alexander Trilogy, the focus is shifted to Sacha, the child of Alexander and Suzi. Sacha feels out of place. He has no idea why he is trapped inside a human body. He spent so much time living in the Undiscovered Realm as s spirit that was free to travel without the hindrances of a mortal cage. Even though he chose to be born and chose Alec and Suzi to be his parents, he feels constrained.
The story is told from the points of view of people watching Sacha during his extraordinary life. People like his mother, grandmother, and many others. Sacha has many wonderful abilities from moving in ways that can't be explained to the power to levitate kittens. It is a wonderful story and is always entertaining and captivating.
Sacha is a fitting and very powerful end to the Alexander Trilogy and should leave all readers feeling satisfied with the results.
Kevin Lintner on April 14, 2015http://tinyurl.com/n9ucodv
Coming soon in paperback