Adela Arthur and the Creator's Clock
Inspired by J.K Rowling's Harry PotterTo Whom Ever This May Concern;I wish I could tell you the contents of this book were purely fictional. That I, Adela Arthur, was just a normal sixteen year old from Portland and that dragons, giants, elves and mermaids were just myths. I wish these were... show more
Inspired by J.K Rowling's Harry PotterTo Whom Ever This May Concern;I wish I could tell you the contents of this book were purely fictional. That I, Adela Arthur, was just a normal sixteen year old from Portland and that dragons, giants, elves and mermaids were just myths. I wish these were legends shared from crazy old grandparents to crazy old grandparents around campfires. After all, that is what I used to believe.I never would have thought they lived on the other side of our mirrors in a world called Cielieu. But they do…I never would have thought there were humans, better known as Volsin that lived among them with the ability to create light from a single thought. But there are…I never would have thought I was one of them… But I am…I am the last Arthur and I was brought to the human world after a Volsin, filled with greed, began to strip the light from our kind.The human world was supposed to be a safe haven… but he’s found us and the only way to stop him is to go back to Cielieu and begin training as a student in the Elpida Castle of Light.Like I said I wish the contents of this book were purely fictional and not my life…ADELA ARTHUR
Publish date: July 24th 2013
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
Pages no: 346
Edition language: English
Series: The Chronicles of A (#1)
0 stars I was duped into reading this book. Plain and simple. I was not alone. However, the warning bells didn't start to go off until I was already past halfway. The fact of the matter is, there are sock puppets promoting this book on Goodreads, and I feel like we need some honest reviews up ther...
With mythical creatures, magic, and conflict in spades, this book has lots to offer. Those who read a book for the story may want to give this a shot. It wasn't terrible or unreadable, and not everyone is concerned with mechanics, originality, or the style of the writing. Unfortunately, I am. I may ...
I have to admit I'm a little apprehensive seeing a children's series titled, The Chronicles of 'Letter', when there is a prominent and widespread erotica publication titled, The Story of 'Letter'.
THIS IS ONE OF THE GREATEST INSULT AN AUTHOR COULD DO TO ME. Save yourselves, people. Please, please, just read/re-read Harry Potter.