Meet the author of “The Primal Key”

Location:Lancaster, PA, US
Date:April 29, 2017 Cost:Free
Meet author C.A. Hartley for a discussion, reading and book signing of her debut fantasy middle grade novel, THE PRIMAL KEY: Volume 1 of The Plight of the Plexus. Anne Clark didn’t mean to mess with her twin brother’s destiny – all she wanted was to find out why Mother insisted she leave a storage box alone. Little does she know she is about to trigger the journey of a lifetime.
Meet the author of “The Primal Key”


Venue: Lancaster Public Library Bates Auditorium
Address: 125 N Duke St, Lancaster, PA 17602, USA
Special Instructions: Registration requested but not required
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Time: April 29, 2017, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


This event is open to the public.


Cost: Free


Praise for “The Primal Key”

I’ve waited a long time for a book like this to come along. My kids love it and so do I. We’ve had great discussions. For once a girl is a true hero and, while her brother is also a hero, she’s the one who shines. Like most kids, she’s growing up in an adult world she does not fully understand. Unlike other kids, though, her sci-fi world spans both ancient times and the future. Kids reading this book will learn a great deal about history, art and science. More important, they’ll learn about themselves. The book is very well researched. We checked out facts on the internet.
~ Verified Amazon Customer

After reading this book, I decided to give copies to a few middle school children of friends. The kids really like it because it’s a fast moving sci-fi adventure. The parents like it (they read it, too) because it’s well written and provides an eye-popping introduction to classical art, museums, and even ancient history.
I plan to buy several more as Christmas gifts.
~ Verified Amazon Customer

For me, a book is like having a good friend, someone I like to spend time with and who I miss when we’re apart. This is how I felt while reading The Primal Key. It is a creatively written fantasy with well developed characters and an original storyline that incorporates historical people, places and things. It’s thought provoking, suspenseful and educational and is appropriate for middle school kids and adults alike.
~ Verified Amazon Customer