Megan's Third Adventure!
If you came here from the Megan Martin home page then you must have read the information there about this story. This is Megan's Christmas story and brings Megan and her friends, May and Brianna, a brand new set of adventures and new challenges. The story at this time is about 105,750 words in length. That means it's well over 300 pages long and like the two previous stories it's jam-packed with new challenges, mystery and adventure.
The Adventures of Megan Martin is a series of stories that follow Megan and her friends through a series of challenges that usually present certain dangers and mysteries for the girls to deal with. The stories are written in a continuous chain like method as each book presents new challenges while it also follows up on certain events from previous books. What this means to the reader is you can read one book and pick up the next one and while a certain number of days may have passed the story almost picks up and takes off where the previous one ended. Questions that were presented in a previous book yet not fully answered will be mentioned again and may very well be answered. Other questions like those surrounding the crown device and the medallion will receive new clues as to the origin and purpose of the crown and medallion devices. This Christmas Edition presents new powerful evidence and presents new questions as to where the crown and medallion came from. It also has some new surprises I believe the reader will enjoy. Megan learns how to make a new kind of space time portal. She discovers a hidden place inside the crown device and many new and strange wonders that she is able to access from that place.
Like any child, Megan doesn't get along with everyone at her school. She has two other girls in particular who give her a hard time just because they can. Megan wonders why they act like this and say things to hurt her feelings. Is it because they are just mean or is there another reason for it? Megan also discovers there are other people in the world who aren't as well off as she is, yet they manage to be happy with the things they do have. Megan may not be Santa Claus but she finds a way to deliver the Christmas spirit to a large group of people on Christmas Eve.
May was told not to transport anywhere but did she listen? Megan warned her the only places she could transport were from her room to Megan's room because Megan was concerned she might get into trouble. Find out where May went and why! Find out why the F.B.I. wants to know who May and Megan are.
May was searching for someone when she found something on the bottom of the ocean and it's deadly!
Down at the dockyard there's a row of big buildings, some of them are storage buildings, but Megan find's something in building 18A that gives her reason for concern.
Brianna tries her hand at operating the crown device, find out what kind of trouble she gets the entire group into!
Oh yes, Simon Banister, remember him? It seems he does have a plan to put a lot of independent business owners out of business but how and why? Megan has made it her personal objective to make sure Mr. Banister doesn't get everything he's after. It also appears he has a link to others who have as low morals and scruples as he has. Find out what else Mr. Banister is involved in and who some of these other people are in this Christmas story.
Excerpt from A Christmas Story (Listen to the author read this excerpt in MP3 format.)
While this discussion was in full swing a very
excited May appeared in Megan's bedroom in a flash of blue light. There
she was with her eyes as large as saucers, her hair standing straight up
and laying over the edge of the crown device. In her hand was a large
book. "Um, Um!" May panted to catch her breath, "I got the ledger back!"
"Um, well," May grimaced indicating she had been seen.