Relatable Lessons Taught by a Dragon

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John W. Chew's new book reflects J.R.R. Tolkien’s stylistic writing

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Does learning about dragons excite you? Is J.R.R. Tolkien an author that you gravitate towards? If so, “The Green Eyed Girl” by John W. Chew is a book that will fulfill all of your science fiction needs.

John W. Chew, an emerging author from England, decided to first write “The Green Eyed Girl,” as he became more passionate about social justice, science fiction, and environmental issues.
Chew writes about all three topics, as well as touches on strong issues of materialism and mistrust in humans.

“The Green Eyed Girl” highlights Khaajd, a female dragon with a peculiar gift that is described in the book. Because of her ability to turn into a human, she is the dragon’s special weapon against the humans.

“Khaajd’s example of defeat, bravery, and redemption will be relatable for readers,” Chew said.

Throughout the book, Khaajd realizes that humans are just like her and tries to redeem her deceitful choices by bringing the dragons and humans together. Through her actions, both groups of people have the opportunity to move forward in peace, rather than war.

By reading “The Green Eyed Girl,” individuals will not only learn life lessons, but they will be encouraged to continually push forward even if things around them feel hopeless.

The Green Eyed Girl
By: John W. Chew
ISBN: 978-1-4969-9920-7
Available in hardcover & e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and PUBLISHER

About the author
John W. Chew’s passion for writing and reading led him to write his first book, “The Green Eyed Girl.” With the combination of his over-active imagination and having been brought up on J.R.R. Tolkien, Chew is now sharing with thousands his fiction book that bring interactions between dragons and humans to life. Residing in London, England, Chew enjoys listening to classical music, theatre, and working as a train conductor.

For review copies or interview requests, contact:
Katie Wenclewicz

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