F is for the Founders' Code by T.S. Welti

The Founders' Code by T.S. Welti is the second book in her Parker Chance series. Ms. Welti's debut, The Fifth Specter: Book 1 of the Parker Chance Series was a fun, engaging read, and you can find my review here.

Book Blurb: (Image and blurb from Goodreads)

After a year of dodging possessed superhumans, being cooped up in the dorms 24 hours a day feels like pure torture to Parker… until the truth about the people closest to him changes everything.

In this second installment of the Parker Chance Series, Parker finds himself rescued from a monotonous summer on campus when he's whisked away to New York to visit his only family member. His time in New York proves even more boring until he allows his curiosity to get the better of him and he discovers a secret that will fester in his mind all year long. Parker's sophomore adventures at Knobhouse Academy are teeming with encoded rings, encounters with the Infallible Five, water monsters, and frustrating prejudice. The Founders' Code, the action-packed follow-up to The Fifth Specter, is rich in both mystery and heart.

About the Author:

T.S. Welti is a single mother living in Southern California. She writes books for kids and teens and bakes in her spare time. In 2005, she began writing the Parker Chance series while sitting in the shade of a weeping willow on a sweltering summer day. Five years later, she lost her job and book one was still not finished. After many sleepless nights spent slaving away at her keyboard, she was finally able to finish The Fifth Specter and has never looked back. You can find out more about T.S. Welti and the Parker Chance Series on her website at http://tswelti.com.

Stay tuned tomorrow for something special... :)


Nikki said...

Writing and baking, what a lovely combination :) Great post, thank you for your comment!

Nikki – inspire nordic

Daisy Carter said...

Great review- I hadn't heard of this series, but it sounds really interesting. Thanks!

Tyrean Martinson said...

Sounds like a fun book!

Kela McClelland said...

Sounds like a cool book, think I'll add it to my TBR. Of course, I don't know if I should say thanks or *humf* for that :p

Cat Lavoie said...

Sounds like a fun read! :)

Shannon Lawrence said...

Wait, she's a single mom, writes and has enough spare time to bake?? Sounds like she is doing well for herself, which is a delight to hear.

Shannon at The Warrior Muse, co-host of the 2012 #atozchallenge! Twitter: @AprilA2Z

Super Earthling said...

I've never heard of this book or series. This makes me want to learn more

I think doing book reviews is a really fun & clever way to add to your A-Z challenge! :)

A.M.Supinger said...

OooOoh! Sounds intriguing! I will check this out :)

Sarah Pearson said...

This sounds like a fun book :-)

R.A.Desilets said...

I love hearing her writing back story - it always interests me in how other writers write :) Nice post!


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