The Timedoor – Book I
The Sword and the Crown – Book II
The Saving Light – Book III
Join siblings Christopher and Molly Jordan who discover a magic timedoor that leads them to the kingdom of Endora where plenty of adventure awaits!
In The Timedoor, eleven-year-old Christopher Jordan and his eight year old sister Molly embark on a journey to help rescue a young princess kidnapped by the invading forces of the evil sorcerer Malaban, whose whereabouts remain a mystery.
In The Sword and the Crown, the Jordan siblings return to Endora four years later to help stop an evil impostor from being crowned king in a neighboring kingdom and waging a terrible war.
In The Saving Light, the concluding volume, Christopher and Molly race against all odds to save their family and prevent an old enemy from returning to power in both Endora and their own world.
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About the Author
Thomas J. Prestopnik (pronounced press-TOP-nick) is the author of Nicholas Raven and the Wizards’ Web, a 120 chapter epic fantasy for adults and older teens. He began planning and outlining this Lord of the Rings inspired novel in 1978 when he was fifteen, three years after first reading J.R.R. Tolkien’s beloved classic, and wrote the first draft between 1999 and 2013.
He has also written The Endora Trilogy, a fantasy-adventure series for pre-teens and adults comprised of The Timedoor (Book 1), The Sword and the Crown (Book 2) and The Saving Light (Book 3). The first book had originally been published as The Visitors in Mrs. Halloway’s Barn before the story was expanded into a trilogy and retitled The Timedoor.
Prestopnik’s other books include the children’s adventure Gabriel’s Journey, a stand-alone novel enjoyed by both young and old alike, as well as the novella A Christmas Castle which is geared for adults and older teens.
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