Ethan finds himself trapped between the world he knows and the world that could be. A sadistic bully, an unsympathetic principal, and an unreachable love interest make high school difficult for Ethan. He feels like he’s living a lie, trying to blend in at school in an effort to keep his head attached to his body.
Fear that he’s not the son his father wants negates the support his Wiccan family offers. An impromptu trip into the future saves him from an enraged bully while instilling doubts about where he really belongs. Somehow, he has to find a way to survive in his own world tossing aside his mask and doubts.
Magic, Mayhem, Time travel and… show tunes! A lot of laughter, a few tears and a big cheer for Declaration. A great coming of age story. Tamara Hoffa, reviewer
"An adventurous YA fantasy tale of time-travel, being happy with oneself, and the first blush of love." V.L. Locey, reviewer
"An inspirational and empowering read. Addressing many issues our society currently faces with the ability to overcome and preserve, Declaration is a tale of being yourself—enchanting at that!"- Stephanie Stamm, reviewer