Introducing The Jewel & the Key by Louise Spiegler

Today we begin a week-long feature on The Jewel & the Key by Louise Spiegler, in stores now! We have a great week in store, but to kick things off, we begin with a contest!

The Contest:

Would you rather live in the present day, or some time period of the past? Tell us in 2-3 sentences by filling out The Jewel & the Key Contest Entry Form!

The Prize:

Two (2) winners will receive a copy of The Jewel & the Key

The Rules:

  • One entry per person
  • U.S. only
  • Use the entry form
  • Responses must be 2-3 sentences only

The Deadline:

All entries are due by midnight (PT) on Monday, September 5th.

Questions? Leave ‘em in the comments & we’ll reply!

Meanwhile, here’s more about The Jewel & the Key:

An earthquake and the discovery of a mysterious antique mirror unleash forces that jolt sixteen-year-old Addie McNeal back to 1917 Seattle, just as the United States is entering World War I. Addie finds herself shuttling back and forth between past and present, drawn in both times to the grand Jewel Theater. In both decades the existence of the Jewel is threatened and war is looming . . . and someone she cares about is determined to fight.

Eventually, Addie realizes that only she has the key to saving the Jewel—and the lives of her friends. But will she figure out how to manipulate the intricately woven threads of time and truly set things right?

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One response to “Introducing The Jewel & the Key by Louise Spiegler

  1. I would want to live in this time. The past is interesting and I would love to visit various time periods, but I don’t want to be without a modern bathroom and modern medial aid.
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