Onto the bookshelves of great children’s fantasy adventure, comes a thrilling tale that’s sure to become one of the best all-time children’s favorites.
This story starts with a robbery and ends with a rescue, so we are told by the narrator – Djinn of all Deserts, that ageless and ‘troublesome by nature’ supernatural mercenary. The reader, whether young or old, shuffles closer so as not to miss anything, they are already hooked with the mystery and adventure they know for sure is about to follow. Indeed, the Djinn is about to tell us of a story as timeless as the Snow Queen, as magical as the Arabian Nights, and dare I say it… more thrilling than Harry Potter! Enter two young rascals, Chull the Swift and Anita the Reckless. The excitement begins immediately, with Chull coming upon a tiny cottage in the Two-Hearted Forest. Inside, Anita is waiting to rescue him from Thorium Dare – the man who wants to destroy all old-science, who is hot on Chull’s heels. And so begins our fast-paced escapade, for what was stolen must be returned, and those that were lost must be found. Can you imagine wheeling your grandmother around in a plant pot? Or flying on a magic carpet? What about discovering the secrets held within the Khar Chuluu stone? No? Then come inside the delightful magical realm you will find within these pages, trust me… you won’t regret it!
Wilson Whitlow has created a delightful and totally engaging story-telling voice. I could hear the story being narrated in my head, as well as visualizing all the characters and places. This is an exciting adventure that children will love to listen to and adults will enjoy reading. Definitely make a great movie!
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