Liberty Frye and the Emperor’s Tomb by J.L.McCreedy

Liberty Frye and Ginny ooze with personality.Then of course you have Uncle Frank and Sal bringing up the rear oh yeah I almost forgot Esmeralda. McCreedy first learned a love of writing (and developed an incurable condition of wanderlust) while growing up in Southeast Asia as the child of missionaries. Author J.L. The author does make you think of the different possibilities and problems bending time can cause. I liked how Liberty keeps discovering how strong her abilities are and how capable she is. In describing a dark night she writes, Libby peered into the sky ,which was thick as ink and pin-pricked with stars. Liberty Frye in a few short years has learned her family secrets and history.She has learned she has magical powers, she has learned she is the one that can make her ailing Mother well. A very descriptive way of writing that I really like to see in a good book. Yes if you remember they traveled back in time. You are here: Home / Middle Grade Novel / Liberty Frye and the Emperor’s Tomb by J.L.McCreedyLiberty Frye and the Emperor’s Tomb by J.L.McCreedyMarch 24, 2019 by Dick Leonardo Leave a Comment                        Liberty Frye                         and the                   Emperor’s Tomb                                   Book 3 In the Liberty Frye Series                                                                              A Middle Grade series by J.L. On top of everything else Libby has to worry about that time travel thing!Why China? Because he needs the Moonstone OBVIOUSLY!!!So that is it. Well that’s where Liberty Frye will find the Wizard of course.Why find the Wizard? McCreedy  I first met Liberty Frye five years ago when I read Liberty Frye and the Witches of Hessen. As Rick Blaine in Casablanca would say” It was the start of a beautiful friendship”.The books in the Liberty Frye series are some of the most enjoyable and well written Young Adult/Middle Grade novels I have had the pleasure to read. As for the Moonstone   well you must get into the Liberty Frye series to find out.But it will be worth it and you won’t be disappointed in the least. The Gist of the story. McCreedy certainly has a way with words. Did I mention the awesome artwork on the cover of these books?  About the AuthorJ.L. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. She has learned that she must carry these responsibilities on her shoulders. I love her spunky personality. So about the story its self. I didn’t want it to end yet. This was a the kind of book that made you feel kind of bad that it was over. I don’t think the series is over but I think   it will be an all new adventure for Liberty Frye and BFF Ginny.I would however like to see more of Ginny working with Libby in the next one. in English and a law degree, freelances as a writer and consultant for charitable organizations and, whenever possible, drags her splendid husband across the globe on ill-planned, shoestring adventures.For about her and her writing Please visit her at www.TongaTime.com.Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. That fact alone makes this one cool book. To bring you up to speed the gang is still back in the 1870’s. The only one that really seems to know why is Uncle Frank.Well Book three does indeed start off sailing into Chinese Waters and the adventure begins there. She must complete this quest. Crazy right? I have always been fascinated with the concept of time travel. The writing and character development is superb. She holds a B.A. What it does do is bring the whole series full circle. At the end of book two Liberty Frye and the gang were leaving the South Pacific for China. I guess it’s just me but I appreciate good writing. As I was reading the story I thought it was like a cross between the adventures of Indiana Jones and Frodo Baggins quest to destroy the One Ring. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”