Emma and the Queen of Featherstone with Lindsay Fryc
7260 Orchard Lake Road,
West Bloomfield Twp, MI 48322
We’re honored to present Michigan author Lindsay Fryc who’ll be sharing Queen of Featherstone, her debut book for middle graders. Keep your middle grade reader excited about reading this summer by meeting the author and discovering a new out of this world read by joining us!
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About the Book
In the near distant future, Emma's life revolves around the company's Mars terraforming fasttrack program. Stuck between her parents' never-ending Mars shuttle supply runs and her own coursework in the program, Emma dreams of adventure outside of the company's plan for her. Anything to get away from the constant bullying and boring coursework.
She finds that adventure accidentally when she stumbles into a portal to a new world. On Merah, she finds two species, the secretive Kabiren, who create and run all technological advancement, and the Amethites, the native species of the planet. When the Kabiren inform her that a portal back to her world does not exist, she accepts a place in their society, as a Protector.
Now she must navigate her new assignment of guarding her new planet from portal intruders while also figuring out what the Kabiren are hiding. Her acceptance of her new life without her family and friends is thrown into chaos when she meets a special portal intruder: her best friend from Earth. Now she must decide between accepting her adventure in this new world, or fighting for her old one.
About the Author:
Lindsay Fryc is the author of Emma and the Queen of Featherstone, a middle grade science fiction novel centered around an anxious STEAM loving girl thrown into a technocratic world of unknowns.
Lindsay is a nerd wife and mother of two girls, one prima ballerina and one pure hurricane. She has been writing ever since she can remember, but now instead of penning words only for herself, she writes for her two girls, and maybe her rescue dog too (when he will listen). When she isn’t lost in fictional worlds, you can find her gardening or planning a far off adventure for her family to explore together. But no matter where the adventuring takes her, her heart is rooted home to those Michigan trees.