El Paso, TX (PRWEB) January 12, 2012
A unique breed of literary masterpiece, BRISA’S TALES will sweep reader’s off their feet as it reveals a riveting story that both children and adults will definitely love. Although the plot can be classified a children’s story book, the consistency of the poetic artistry makes this piece truly remarkable even amongst adult readers. The fluidity of the rhythm, the simple but brilliantly chosen words interwoven with the exciting story line, makes this read very addicting. Author Dennis L. Robbins indeed has a rare and exceptional talent in storytelling through poetry.
One seemingly prosaic autumn day walk turns out to be an exhilarating adventure of a lifetime for a young girl named Brisa as she discovers a magical secret world hidden under a brook. Tricked by a wicked witch, Naj was cursed, trapped in the enchanted stream for all eternity. On this fateful day, luck comes his way as Brisa becomes his only hope for freedom. The two put their heads together to find ways to retrieve a magical pearl that serves as the key in breaking the evil spell. While they ponder on plans Naj remembers the witch bade him hide magical objects. Armed with the witch's own magic and a dogged self determination Brisa sets off on a quest to procure the magic pearl and free her trapped friend.
Complete with illustrations that enliven the tale and upbeat dialogues that create an even more dramatic effect, this creative work shares valuable morals that etch into one’s subconscious the virtues of courage, bravery and the true face of genuine friendship.
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About the Author
Mr. Robbins is the author of seldom read rhymes, though he has no regrets that he's wasted his time. There's not much in his writing that will lead him to fame, he just likes to hear from the child in his brain.
BRISA'S TALES * by Dennis L. Robbins
Publication Date: January 6, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 201 pages; 978-1-4691-4329-3
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 201 pages; 978-1-4691-4330-9
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