The Hellandback Kids: Be Careful What You Wish For

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
This book has won: The Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, Mom's Choice Award and The Royal Dragonfly Award. When the four Hellandback kids visit their great-grandmother in a strange Scottish hospital, they unknowingly fall into a series of bizarre adventures in an alternate reality. Once the reader is introduced to the four very different personalities of the Hellandback Kids the fun begins. More
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Words: 85,450
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452438740
About LL Helland

L.L. Helland is a nurse by trade, mother by nature, and storyteller by passion. Drawing from her life experiences, L.L. Helland's debut novel, "The Hellandback Kids: Be Careful What You Wish For," is the first in the Hellandback series. For more information about L.L. Helland, visit The Hellandback Kids on Facebook.

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When the four Hellandback kids visit their great-grandmother in a strange Scottish hospital, they unknowingly fall into a series of bizarre adventures in an alternate reality. With only their own ingenuity, the Hellandback kids must rely on help from a mystic guide, unearthly creatures, and talking animals as they encounter the black plague, deformed beings, and a long treck from exile.

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Review by: Infinity Dreamt on July 28, 2012 :
The Hellandback Kids is a fantasy story intertwined with fun and some good spooks. Strange things start to happen around the Hellandback kids, leading them to blaming each other instead of looking deeper into it. When their visit to their great-grandmother's home lands them in an alternate reality, they are served life lessons catered to them in a manner they won't soon forget.

Lots of well-developed characters in here and surprises that left me guessing to the end. Trisha was my favorite of the kids, as her alternate reality really made her think twice of what she had once daydreamed of, only to have to get through a more realistic nightmare version of it. The Bundlebobs are neat creatures as well.

If you're looking for a newly-imaginative fantasy adventure, this is a great book for tweens and up.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Infinity Dreamt on July 28, 2012 :
The Hellandback Kids is a fantasy story intertwined with fun and some good spooks. Strange things start to happen around the Hellandback kids, leading them to blaming each other instead of looking deeper into it. When their visit to their great-grandmother's home lands them in an alternate reality, they are served life lessons catered to them in a manner they won't soon forget.

Lots of well-developed characters in here and surprises that left me guessing to the end. Trisha was my favorite of the kids, as her alternate reality really made her think twice of what she had once daydreamed of, only to have to get through a more realistic nightmare version of it. The Bundlebobs are neat creatures as well.

If you're looking for a newly-imaginative fantasy adventure, this is a great book for tweens and up.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Infinity Dreamt on July 28, 2012 :
The Hellandback Kids is a fantasy story intertwined with fun and some good spooks. Strange things start to happen around the Hellandback kids, leading them to blaming each other instead of looking deeper into it. When their visit to their great-grandmother's home lands them in an alternate reality, they are served life lessons catered to them in a manner they won't soon forget.

Lots of well-developed characters in here and surprises that left me guessing to the end. Trisha was my favorite of the kids, as her alternate reality really made her think twice of what she had once daydreamed of, only to have to get through a more realistic nightmare version of it. The Bundlebobs are neat creatures as well.

If you're looking for a newly-imaginative fantasy adventure, this is a great book for tweens and up.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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