Albuquerque, NM (January 2, 2017) – World Weaver Press has announced Solomon’s Bell by Michelle Lowery Combs, the second book in the Genie Chronicles series, is available in ebook and paperbacktoday, March 7, 2017. SOLOMON'S BELL follows adopted teen genie Ginn Lawson as she magically transports herself back in time to 16th century Prague to find the only tool that can save her family.
Ginn thinks she has problems at home until she magically lands herself in 16th century Prague.
To save her family, Ginn uses her newfound genie powers to transport herself and her friends to 16th century Prague. Only one thing there remains the same as at home: she can't let anyone know what she really is.
The Emperor of Prague and those closest to him are obsessed with magic. In pursuit of it, they’ve waged war on the citizens of their city. In the citizens' defense, someone has brought to life a golem, a dangerous being with connections to an artifact capable of summoning and commanding an entire army of genies. Can Ginn escape the notice of the Emperor as she attempts to discover a way to defeat Prague’s golem in time to save her family from a similar creature?
Solomon's Bell is the sequel to Heir to the Lamp and the second book of the Genie Chroniclesseries.
Michelle Lowery Combs is an award-winning writer and book blogger living in rural Alabama with her husband, one cat and too many children to count. She spends her spare time commanding armies of basketball and soccer munchkins for the Parks & Recreation departments of two cities. When not in the presence of throngs of toddlers, tweens and teens, Michelle can be found neglecting her roots and dreaming up the next best seller. She is a member of the Alabama Writers’ Conclave, Jacksonville State University’s Writers’ Club and her local Aspiring Authors group. Check Michelle out at her website MichelleLoweryCombs.com
Praise for the Genie Chronicles series:
“An exciting new spin on a genie tale. Virginia is a feisty main character who I would love to have as a friend. Captivating!”
— Melissa Buell, author of the YA fantasy series, The Tales of Gymandrol
“Filled with magic, curses, and mystery … a spellbinding journey I couldn’t put down.”
— Kelsey Ketch, author of Daughter of Isis
“Heir to the Lamp is Anne Rice meets Harry Potter: delicious writing, mysterious Southern Gothic, and an inventive, magical world for tweens, teens, and the young at heart.”
—Susan Abel Sullivan, author of The Haunted Housewives of Allister, Alabama and The Weredog Whisperer
Publication Date: March 7, 2017 • Fantasy • Historical • Young Adult $11.95 trade paperback, 207 pages • $3.99 ebook ISBN-13: 978-0997788877