Magnus and the Jewelled Book of the Universe, Paperback Book

Magnus and the Jewelled Book of the Universe Paperback

Description

In S. L. Browne's debut children's book, a small boy called Magnus is whisked away from a dying overheated Earth by his mentor Marlo, only to discover that he belongs to a tribe of aliens known as the Guardians of the Universe living in a different dimension.

Marlo, a very ancient and disgruntled wizard, has failed to stop the evil Murdamond from destroying Earth through his unquenchable desire for shiny and beautiful things.

When Magnus arrives on his home planet, he finds that humans have not yet evolved and that dinosaurs still exist.

Marlo tells Magnus that he fears that Murdamond will try to move to this new, healthy planet to steal all of its treasures now that he has ruined the old Earth.

Upon their arrival in the Deruweld village, they discover that Murdamond has already arrived and he is holding Magnus' parents hostage in the dungeon of his brand new castle.

Magnus realises he has been tasked with a dangerous and urgent problem to solve. He has to save his home planet, rescue his parents and save the Universe from the ghastly Murdamond and his henchmen.

He must use all his wisdom and powers, along with his dinosaur friends and the strange Jewelled Book of the Universe that decides life would be more interesting if it transformed into a girl, in order to defeat Murdamond before it is too late.

Magnus and the Jewelled Book of the Universe is the first book in a fantasy trilogy that takes inspiration from Roald Dahl and Dick King Smith.

The book contains dinosaurs, space travel and time travel in a humorous and magical story that will appeal to young readers aged 7-11 years.

S. L. Browne's debut book also contains an important message about climate change.

Information

  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 96 pages
  • Publisher: Troubador Publishing
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Fantasy
  • ISBN: 9781788035873

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