Treasure Island and Pradee

Hi! Thank you again for following me. For those of you who are new my name is Gaea.

I am on page 67 of Treasure Island. I have been so busy getting author interviews (Clarissa Johal, Beth Bowland and lots more) that I have not had much time to read.

The main reason I am doing this is to encourage others to read, for the fun of it, and to be able to communicate with other book lovers. J

This week I will be reading Pradee by Clarissa Johal.  Please come back Saturday for an author interview with Ms. Johal.

This is where you can buy Pradee.

This is what it what it is about:

What if there was an artifact that could see the past and change the
future–would you use it?

Three friends are accused of poisoning an Elder in
their village. They escape to the mysterious region of Vel to search for the
Guardian of a mythical artifact. If they find the artifact; it is reputed to
have the powers to see the past and change the future, thus proving their
innocence. However, if it falls into the wrong hands, the artifact could destroy
the future of their world as they know it.

In the tradition of The Dark Crystal by Jim Henson and Frank Oz, PRADEE will pull the reader into an exciting, otherworldly adventure.

PRADEE cover art

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9 Responses to Treasure Island and Pradee

  1. Rita Monette says:

    Congratulations on your blog, Gaea. It looks great!

    Pradee sounds like a wonderful book for middle graders, or for anyone that loves to read middle grade fiction. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on it. Good luck with your interviews!

  2. sharonledwith says:

    Virtual high fives on your blog, Gaea! I’m a follower now! Pradee sounds like an awesome read for kids and adults. Will tweet and share your thoughts! Cheers!

  3. Looking forward to guesting on your blog, which looks fabulous, by the way!!

  4. NeighborhoodGeeGee says:

    Great blog Gaea!

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