About the book:
Recently orphaned Jax Aubrey discovers an eighth day of the week hidden between Wednesday and Thursday and a reclusive teenage girl living next door who exists only on that secret day. Evangeline is the key to a 2000 year-old spell with its roots in Arthurian legend, and Jax’s teenage guardian, Riley, is her reluctant jailor. When Jax accidentally leads a pack of human bloodhounds to Evangeline’s door, he incites a catastrophe that could destroy the regular seven days of the week.
Why would people like it:
What’s not to like?! There’s a secret day hidden in the split second between 11:59 pm Wednesday and 12:00 am Thursday, during which descendants of heroes out of Arthurian legends vie for power. Meanwhile an entire race of people is imprisoned in that single day, their lives skipping over the other seven days of the week like stones skimming across a pond. Throw in a bank robbery, mysterious tattoos, normal middle school angst, and a human sacrifice ritual atop a Mexican pyramid, and I hope I’ve given readers an adventure to remember!