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HOURGLASS: 

“Doctor Who in a YA package.” — MTV’s Hollywood Crush

” … the story centers itself in Emerson’s voice–by turns sardonic, world weary, ardent, and hopeful.” –Publisher’s Weekly

“Buffy for the time-traveling set.” — Bulletin for the Center of Children’s Books

“A perfectly well-rounded book with paranormal, action and love triangles, this will keep you guessing until the surprising end. If you’re a paranormal lover, you do not want to miss this one!” –Romantic Times Book Reviews, 4 1/2 stars

Nominated for RWA Rita for Best First Book and Best YA Romance

Nominated for YALSA Teen Top Ten

 

 

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TIMEPIECE:

“Book two in McEntire’s series is a hit! This fast paced adventure is equal parts romance, mystery and science fiction. Kaleb is a perfect bad boy hero and readers will fall for him just like heroine Lily does. The stakes are high, the romance is engaging and the action is gripping. Another winner from a talented new voice in YA.” – Romantic Times Book Reviews *TOP PICK*

“Emerson, Michael, and Kaleb are back in this thrilling sequel to Hourglass; however, instead of Emerson, this time it is flirtatious and irresistible Kaleb’s point of view that will capture readers’ attention and imagination. The switch of perspective works well as it keep the series fresh, and Kaleb’s character is well developed and interesting. The pacing of the plot will keep teens engaged from cover to cover as will Kaleb’s brash charm and vulnerability.” — School Library Journal, C. Johnson, Multnomah County Library, Portland, OR

 

 

 

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INFINITYGLASS: 

“Teens race to save time and space in this fast-paced third book. Dune Ta’ala accepts a job in New Orleans guarding the sullen, sheltered and superpowered 17-year-old Hallie Girard. Mysterious Poe and the Hourglass teens also make an appearance, and previous books are neatly recapped. McEntire saves the romantic scenes from cliché and wryly acknowledges all possible pop-culture inspirations in an enjoyable, fast read. Teen romance with, as Dr. Who (one of those pop-culture referents) might say, some “timey-wimey stuff” makes for good fun.” — KIRKUS

 

“Infinityglass neatly wraps up the trilogy, providing a satisfying whirlwind of spy adventure, steamy romance, and science fiction. With each successive installment in this series, the relationships get a little bit sweeter and a whole lot sexier. This is a terrific read for teens looking for the next great supernatural romance.” — School Library Journal, Sara Saxton, Tuzzy Consortium Library, Barrow, AK