I had to keep reading to find out what happened and I read it in one day. I will recommend this to all family and nieces and nephews. It’s a great book and will definitely keep your child entertained.
(PRWEB) May 08, 2014
When Mouse draws a picture under a magical willow tree, the branches of the old tree sway and sway, until the girl finds herself in an alternate world filled with strange characters and a mysterious crystal. In this other world, there lives a bloodthirsty ruler named Kromus, who is a descendant of evil King Harold. The old king, legendary for slaying the last dragon centuries before, brought a curse upon himself and his kingdom that still plagues the mind and body of Kromus.
This other world is filled with danger and dark characters that threaten Mouse’s life and everyone around her. Mouse and the Dragon Crystal is a story of courage, secrets, and sadness, but there is also the underlying opportunity for hope and friendship. Will Mouse and her new friends survive the evils that surround them? And can she ever return home to a normal life?
“Wow this book was amazing! I absolutely loved it! The writing was exquisite; the descriptions were so on the mark that I was there through every war and battle. I had to keep reading to find out what happened and I read it in one day. I will recommend this to all family and nieces and nephews. It’s a great book and will definitely keep your child entertained.” – Nikki Read, 5-Star Review
“My wife read it and thought it was a well written and has recommended it to her friends for their children (and them!). I read it and honestly thought it was excellent and really believe it would make an excellent cartoon film or possible short film that would remind many people of the more innocent films of our childhood that we could watch with our children again and again.” – Mrs. L. Taylor, 5-Star Review
I found the book to be imaginative, compelling, and a veritable roller coaster of a plot. Your character development is phenomenal, the plot was intriguing, and I am certain it will resonate with older children and young teenagers.” – PR Company USA
About the Author: Debbie Tipp lived in Kent until she was eight, and then moved to Bournemouth, where she was educated. She now lives with her husband, two sons, and step-son near The New Forest in Southampton. This book is part of a trilogy. For more details about the books and how the author’s quirky mind works, visit the blog page on her website.
Author’s website: http://www.deborahtipp.co.uk/books.html
MOUSE AND THE DRAGON CRYSTAL (ISBN: 978-1-90714-076-1) is now available for $12.99 and can be ordered through the publisher’s website: http://emp3books.com or at www(dot)amazon(dot)com or www(dot)barnesandnoble(dot)com.
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