The Epic Conclusion Is Finally Here! And I Am on an Epic Tour Across the Country for Seven Wonders Book 5: The Legend of the Rift!

On March 8, The Legend of the Rift was finally released into the world!  It’s the final book of The Seven Wonders series, and to celebrate I’ve been on the road again visiting readers across the country. Hope to see you! I started March 8, 2016, and here is my schedule.

Meanwhile, check out the book trailer below for Book 4!

 

Seven Wonders Books and Seven Wonders Journals: What’s the Difference?

 

Seven Wonders Journals by Peter Lerangis

If you like the Seven Wonders series, you’ll love the Journals — secret inside stories behind the mysteries of The Colossus Rises and Lost in Babylon.  In The Select, young explorer Burt Wenders tells of the very first sighting of the Island and reveals how the Karai Institute was formed.  The Orphan takes us to Ancient Babylon through the eyes of the slave girl Daria, before the beginning of Lost in Babylon!

Order them all by using the links at the right side of this page.  Hope you enjoy them — do let me know!  And if you’re new to the Seven Wonders series, here’s what it’s all about:

ONE BOY: Jack McKinley is an ordinary kid with an extraordinary problem. In a few months, he’s going to die.

ONE MISSION: Jack needs to find seven magic loculi that, when combined, have the power to cure him.

ONE PROBLEM: The loculi are the relics of a lost civilization and haven’t been seen in thousands of years …

SEVEN WONDERS:  Because they’re hidden in the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

On May 8, 2016, I begin a ten-city tour for the biggest launch of all: The Legend of the Rift, the conclusion to The Seven Wonders series!  Meanwhile, check out 1000640http://bit.ly/7WSiteour Seven Wonders website. And here’s a trailer we made to launch the series:

 

How much do YOU know about the Seven Wonders? I posed this question to convention-goers at the New York Comic Con, thinking they would be all over this topic. I went cleverly disguised as one of the Wonders myself. Here’s what I found: