By J. Conrad
Bridget and Celena are best friends in a Missouri High School. They feel like they have known each other before and fall into step with each others likes, dislikes and comfort even though they have only known each other for a few months. One day on a trip to downtown looking for some more of their signature blended Goth jewelry Bridget finds a medallion that triggers things in them both. A painting Celena makes from an image in her head helps them focus their quest for answers on a bucolic portion of Wales.
This is a great young adult novel and there is a sequel out call The Space Between Worlds. There is some violence during paranormal trips and the reader should be prepared to experience some pre-historic brutality. There is some confusion in the history blending of the background between what might have been considered before Christ agrarian society in Wales versus post Roman exodus around the end of the first millennia. If you can avoid being hung up by such things you will enjoy this adventure for the story and high quality of editing.
Four out of five enjoyment units are thus awarded to you J. Conrad. Well played.