Tetrasphere – Book 4
**** A Special Vision———-Review by Rox Burkey
Author P.T.L. Perrin creates her world through a combination of human and alien integration for a sci-fi world of sights, sounds, and possibilities you will love. The details and descriptions paint vivid pictures to immerse the reader into every nook and cranny of this world.
Engage your emotions in this last installment of a creative, dynamic series that delivers new characters and twists and turns to surprise the reader. I love the bright writing and hope conveyed in the early segment below.
Every cell in me wants just that, to stay here with her, raise a family, and make a living like Tony and Meg; with a boat and diving gear.
We’ll talk to the Michaels tomorrow about getting you certified to dive. I can’t wait for you to explore the reef with me. As I’m saying it, a dull ache fills my chest. If Sequoia weren’t already in labor, we might not be here long enough for the baby’s birth, much less diving instruction. My main concern now is protecting my girl from that miserable lizard. I wonder if Triton can help us.
Sky announces her arrival with a shout and a lot of splashing, Storm right behind her. Murphy and Juliana walk along the water’s edge, holding hands as usual, and I wonder if they can swim. Are there pools in Atlantis?
Four teenagers hold the world’s fate in their hands with this coming-of-age experience. Author Perrin has a way of pulling readers into the story to walk with the characters as they face tough choices. Non-stop action, interspersed with relationships and romance, will keep you reading.
This series and the concluding book provide a satisfying yet unexpected ending. I recommend this YA series for fans of Fantasy and Sci-Fi who love imagination come to life and stories that illustrate good versus evil across aliens and humans. The entire series is the best way to enjoy the evolving characters, so grab them all.
About the Author
Our planet is full of mysteries that can’t yet be explained either by science or nature. How did these things, these creatures get here? Who made them, or how did they evolve? Are we the only inhabited planet in the vast universe? What if the Creator I believe in cannot be explained, and can’t be put into a box of limited reason? What if he’s populated other worlds? What if our own world contains populations we don’t acknowledge and try to discredit with our modern blinders?
Questions like these have plagued me since childhood, and it’s only recently that I’ve felt the nod from our Creator to explore them in writing.
I grew up as a military Brat, mostly in Europe, with no television and a huge imagination. Books were my entertainment and augmented my very good education in German, Italian and American schools. Books were my lifeline, my ties to worlds I’d never see and to people and characters who enriched my life through their stories.
My first book, Reflections of a Misfit, is just that: snippets of my own life in light of some of the scriptures I read daily. Our family is a rich resource for entertainment and bits of wisdom. If you’re as much a misfit as I am, you might enjoy it and possibly see a little of yourself there.
I wrote the TetraSphere series as pure entertainment, and as a way to answer some of the unanswerable questions about our amazing universe. What if there are inhabited planets interacting with Earth? What happened to Atlantis? What do the giant etchings of Nazca mean, and why can they only be seen from the sky? Do dragons exist? What if the fate of our planet were in the hands of four young people, each with special abilities, and each with his or her own struggles?
I’m Patty Perrin, writing as P.T.L. Perrin, and I’m writing books that I would have loved reading back when we didn’t have television. I’m a proud member of SeaQuill Writers Co-Op, Rave Reviews Book Club, Rave Writers International Society of Authors, and the Florida Writers Association. Terra’s Call was a finalist and Triton’s Call won Bronze in the Royal Palm Literary Awards.
Pick up Terra’s Call and let me know if you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it!