“Middle School readers will gain intimate knowledge of the Taj Mahal, one of the world’s great wonders, while identifying with twins Hailey and Zach, ‘innocents abroad’ who discover that their arrival in India is the stuff of prophesy,” declared Ms. Sugarman. “When I traveled to Agra, I was stunned by both the beauty of the Taj Mahal, and Shah Jahan’s love for his wife Mumtaz Mahal. That’s when I knew: it doesn’t get much better than this!”
‘Midnight at the Taj Mahal’ involves an imprisoned Mogul ruler, his princess daughter, a mysterious bookshop keeper with a magical diary, and a series of time travel feats with fluky consequences. With action-packed sword fights and a mutual crush between Hailey and Sushil, there is something tempting for readers of either gender.
In regard to Sugarman’s writing in Rebecca’s Journey Home, Publishers Weekly states “Debut author Sugarman skillfully weaves…a contemporary tale…”
Brynn enjoys giving media interviews and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Both the paperback and e-book version of ‘Midnight at the Taj Mahal’ are available on Amazon.com. Visit Sugarman’s website midnightatthetajmahal.com for more information about both ‘Midnight at the Taj Mahal’ and ‘The Out-of-School Adventures’ series.