St. Bruno, QC (Vocus/PRWEB) March 11, 2011
What happens when the sun gets lost? Author Martin P. Crew – Gee delights fans of mythology as he pens an engaging tale about two children on a quest to restore the sun. The Warrior Children & The Sun Dragons is a tale that will move and inspire readers of all ages.
The Roman Empire is in a terrible state. Their greed and evil ways anger their gods, who decree that a gigantic volcanic eruption must be caused to teach them a lesson. But the consequences are devastating and the Sun is lost. After a vision, the gods of Nokland in West Africa, decide to send two teenagers, Bola and Kuki from the Hoititoiti tribe, on a dangerous quest to find The River of Jewels and rescue the Sun Dragons. Their journey is long and treacherous, but magical spirits and helpful tribesmen watch over them and help thwart the powers of malevolent spirits, monsters, and trickster gods.
Made available through Xlibris, The Warrior Children & The Sun Dragons is a fantastic tale about the children’s courage and their hope, belief, and determination to face impossible odds to get the Sun back.
The Warrior Children & The Sun Dragons will be featured at the 2011 New York State Reading Association Book Exhibit in Saratoga Springs, NY on April 3-5, 2011. For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Martin P. Crew – Gee was born in 1942 in England. After his schooling, he studied Contract Law. Making a major career change, he attended DeMontfort University in Leicester, graduating as a Designer. He immigrated to Canada in 1985, became a citizen in 1995 and now lives in Saint – Bruno, Quebec.
The Warrior Children & The Sun Dragons * by Martin P. Crew – Gee
Publication Date: October 27, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 143 pages; 978-1-4535-9903-7
EBook; $9.99; pages; 978-1-4535-9904-4
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