Hollow Earth
Hollow Earth (John & Carole E. Barrowman)
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  • Hollow Earth is a story about two impressively gifted children, twins, Matt and Emily Calder, they are Animares, people that can draw art which then comes to life. They can jump into their own artwork and bring creatures or objects they have drawn alive. Along with their mother, Sandie they find themselves in a terrifying position of being chased by an evil group of people intent on using the twins power to access Hollow Earth, a fabled place mentioned in antiquity where all of the devils, demons and evil beings lay trapped.

    A fantastic book, fast paced and enjoyable for both children and adults alike. The ending is dramatic and easily sets up for a sequel.

  • Highlights

    Lots of twins have a special connection, but twelve-year-old Matt and Emily Calder can do way more than finish each other’s sentences. Together, they are able to bring art to life and enter paintings at will. Their extraordinary abilities are highly sought after, particularly by a secret group who want to access the terrors called Hollow Earth. All the demons, devils, and evil creatures ever imagined are trapped for eternity in the world of Hollow Earth—trapped unless special powers release them.

  • Key Features of Hollow Earth

    Author John & Carole E. Barrowman
    Publication Buster Books
    Edition 2012
    Type Paperback
    Number of Pages 326
    Language English
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