Review from Amazon:

"Awesome book for young readers! I love the way it grip's the reader right away. I can't wait to read part 2"


14 and 12 year old Razor and Jamison embark on a dangerous adventure to find the Grey Wolf, who lives in the Forbidden Woods. They want to find out if the Grey Wolf is real or just an old folk tale. They decide to put the rumors to rest and find out, even though they know if true, the Grey Wolf would be silently prowling, lurking, and searching for his next man-feast. Breaking the rules they sneak into the Woods. When the guards of the Forbidden Woods, called the Woodsmen come after them they not only end up finding the Grey Wolf in the dark mysterious woods but also find out there is a secret portal used to jump between different dimensions of Earth. Some worlds are more advanced, some less but all are connected to each other. The boys discover there is a dimension jumper’s map to be used in the portal that is hidden in the Top Elder’s palace. The boys decide to steal the map, sneak back into the Forbidden Woods and use the portal. They find out it’s not going to be as easy as it sounds. What could go wrong? Plenty. Join the adventure in the first installment of Earth’s Dimensions (The Forbidden Woods).

Review from Amazon:

"The second part of Earth's Dimensions is just as exciting as the first. I think every school library should have copies for the kids. I know they would love them."

“The Portal” picks up where the “Forbidden Woods” left off in part 2 of the highly successful Earth’s Dimensions series. Teens Razor and Jamison use the portal key to jump to other dimensions of earth in search for Razor’s parents. They find more intense danger with each jump, not sure they will ever find Razor’s parents or make it home alive. Can they survive the freezing climate of IceCold or the bullets that fly in another dimension that's stuck in the old west? Find out in Earth’s Dimensions Pt. 2 (The Portal).

Review from Amazon:

"What a fun story. I can't wait to read the next one & the next one... Great characters!"