C. A. PACK, author of "Chronicles: The Library of Illumination" (a Kindle Reviews’ Best Book of 2014), "Evangeline's Ghost," and "Code Name: Evangeline" is an award-winning journalist and former television news anchor. A former president of the Press Club of Long Island, she is a proud member of International Thriller Writers, Sisters in Crime, and Mystery Writers of America. She lives on Long Island with her husband and a couple of picky parrots.
When an alien invasion threatens the existence of all the knowledge in the universe, eighteen-year-old Johanna Charette and seventeen-year-old Jackson Roth put their lives on the line to save the fantasy-come-to-life world of the Library of Illumination. However, their attention is diverted when a secret society asks them to help prevent the theft of a book of powerful magic spells.
Within the walls of a centuries-old building, teenagers Johanna Charette and Jackson Roth must use their wits to deal with the sometimes humorous, sometimes dangerous situations that arise when characters and scenes from enchanted books literally come to life.
A young woman discovers The Library of Illumination, a magical place where all stories come alive: literature, poetry science, art. It's a magical repository for every word or picture that has ever been committed to paper.