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The Locket's Secret

  • The Locket's Secret by K. Kelley Heyne.
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Thirteen-year-old Carrie Adam's world is falling apart...

13 year old Carrie Adam's world is falling apart...

Fantasy and reality come together as Carrie Adams moves with her family from Washington to Wisconsin leaving behind her beloved home, best friend, and someone else infinitely more precious to her.  The change and the pain are more than Carrie can bear.

So in her daydream world Carrie becomes Princess Caritas, a spirited heroine who battles armed forces to protect her family. Filled with courageous escapes, bonds of loyalty, blossoming friendships, and a devoted bodyguard, the world of Princess Caritas is the ideal getaway from real life. But this imaginary distraction is only a temporary fix to a secret loss that both Caritas and Carrie must face.

Back in real life, homeschooled Carrie hides herself in the fiction of Tolkien and the poetry of Chesterton. She questions God about why he took so much away from her. Attempts to befriend her are largely unsuccessful. It seems that the only real comfort Carrie can get is from a mysterious heart-shaped locket.

What does this locket mean to Carrie? Who gave it to her? Whose picture is inside it? Enter into both stories and discover the locket's secret.

Binding: paperback
Trim size: 5¼" X 7¾"
Pages: 192

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  1. The Locket's Secret 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Oct 2014

    The book, "The Locket's Secret", is an amazing story about a girl, named Carrie, who has a locket (which was given to by her sister, Celia), and is trying to deal with her sad emotions at the loss of her younger sister, Celia. l find that l can relate very well to Carrie,(seeing as l have lost a favorite sibling too). She is grieving at the loss of her sister, and then her family decides to move across country, leaving all there extended family behind. Carrie gets even more upset when she has to leave her best friend behind. To help control her grief, Carrie tells herself a story set in the middle ages, about herself and her family. lt helps her get her mind away from her grief, but it is not enough.

    Read the book for more details!! :)