ISBN: 1-59279-468-8 Electronic
ISBN: 1-59279-760-1 Paperback
January 2006
Amber Quill Press, LLC
250 Pages

Jody Burns is a typical teenage girl. Her life revolves around her friends, the mall, and
the things she finds acceptable. When Jody borrows her twin brother’s wristband,
someone steps into her life that causes Jody to reevaluate what matters.

Peter Burns is Jody’s twin brother and along with his empathic friend Jeanne, has
shared magical adventures. Peter is much more serious than his twin and seems to
have little use for her.

When Twylgalit ripples into the local mall and asks Jody for help, everyone is convinced
that the other being has made an error, including Jody. But Jody agrees to help  if only
to annoy Peter. When circumstances separate the humans, Jody is forced to learn
some important lessons about herself while they all fight to save Twylgalit and her
people from the evil forces threatening them.

Talking to Trees is a fanciful escape from reality. Ms. Sullivan has written a solid fantasy
that is both entertaining and enlightening. Although I could see that a lesson was being
taught here it was not pounded into the reader’s head, which is a relief. I think we may
see more of Jeanne, Peter, and Jody in the future and that is a good thing.

Karen Magill
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance
Reviewer for Karen Find Out About New Books