Treasure Of The Ancient Wizards by Alexander Saunders.
When a young Alex hears a mysterious voice and follows it, his discovery leads him on an epic quest to retrieve a treasure he hopes will help his family. When he and his friends enter into a magical world they together learn about bravery, love, trust, and dependability. The biggest question is, can five teenagers do what many adults have not? Can they get back home if they succeed? If they can are they even going to want to go home after entering a world where unicorns, dragons, witches, wizards, merfolk, fauns, and other such mythical beings are real?
Written from the first-person point of view as a young Alex retells his story to his mysterious audience, this tale was crafted for the entire family to enjoy. Perfect for a bedtime read to children, adults can also enjoy this on their own for a moment of respite. Our young hero still holds that passion for justice that many of us allow to die down to an ember but also holds the tenacity to keep pushing to make the world a better place.
Review From A. Buddell, Reader: A surprising read that was hard to put down, this book had impressive scope and a heart of gold. When a poor boy suddenly finds himself in possession of a magical treasure map, his entire life changes. He gains the ability to do magic, and together with his four best friends, sets off on a perilous adventure through Magical world. Along the way they’ll learn lessons about trusting your friends, helping others, and keeping an open mind; all the while avoiding deadly traps, and facing unique magical creatures. With so many obstacles in their way, can the group – and their friendship – make it to the Treasure of the Ancient Wizards?
Paperback: 222 Pages
Reading Age 8-18
Publisher: THG Star Dragon Publishing (September 10, 2023)
Teresa Garcia (Editor)
Teresa Amehana Garcia (Illustrator)Language: English
Fantasy (Coming of Age)
Fantasy (Action & Adventure)
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About The Author: I’ve been writing for a long time and I enjoy every minute of it best of all I always allow my imagination to do most of the work
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