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Zebulon Quest: The Sword of Fire (The Artifacts of Merlin Saga) (English Edition) Formato Kindle
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Starship Ruby Darton Castaway Zebulon Finnegan learns of his adoption, steals a teleportation watch from Space Pirates, and recklessly transports himself, his android robot IQ32, and four new friends to the planet of his destiny. On the planet, he meets a White Witch who explains he is Merlin’s lost grandson and unleashes his magical powers. Zebulon embarks on his quest to find seven hidden magical artifacts, but first he must rescue his friends and defeat the evil Warlock, Zamra-Teg who is out to kill him. Only then can he complete his quest to find the remaining artifacts and release Merlin from his enchantment on Earth.
As a child, T.A. Northburg loved to act out adventures with his friends. In the park he played the roles of a British spy, a hero in a galaxy far away, or a brave Knight of the round table. Many years later, when reading his children the bedtime stories he loved as a kid, his wondrous imagination was sparked to create an adventure that brought all of those themes together. Today, T.A. Northburg lives at the base of the Rocky Mountains in colorful Colorado with his wife and three children. He writes from the imagination he had as a child and enjoys the opportunity to share it with others. It is his goal to inspire people of all ages to use their imagination to reach their dreams.
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Anna L. Walls
Merlin's Grandson - great concept to play with.
28 marzo 2015 - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
I have to compromise about stars. The story deserves 5 stars - it's well thought out and the characters are well rounded and individuals, and even age appropriate in their behavior. As such it's a great YA book. However the editing left something to be desired. It's not all bad - my brain is in editor mode so I'm seeing thing most people might not notice, but it was annoyingly more than the occasional typo or missed punctuation. Definitely worth a read, just make sure your editor's brain is turned off.