The Moon Stealers and the Queen of the Underworld (Book 2)

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After finding the magical Silver Bough, the portal to the underworld opens enabling Sir Edgar and the children to jump through. They find themselves in a world at war and involved in an uprising against the Faerie Queen.

Sir Edgar's attempt to gain the Faerie Queens help in ridding the Moon Stealers from Earth looks like it may be a fruitless task. More

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Published: Sep. 09, 2012
Words: 80,950
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301517695
About Tim Flanagan

At some point in Tim’s childhood, he was abducted by aliens and sent on a voyage of knowledge and discovery across the universe. Eventually the aliens realised how pointless this was and, as a failed student, he was returned to Earth and left with a family who brought him up as a human bean. But, the persistent memories of new worlds, dragons and other creatures, continued to knock at his frontal lobe, desperately trying to break out. To avoid making a mess and calm his imagination, Tim began writing as a way to communicate with Earthlings. Fuelled by Chilli and Nachos and a bottle of wine, Tim manages to balance a love of loud rock music and fast cars (preferably red!) with emotional chic flicks, smart leather shoes and a well tailored suit. He has successfully infiltrated the humans and hides behind the façade known as a family. He learns from his children, but is regularly told to stop acting like a child by his wife. Naturally shy and unsociable by nature, he is selective of the human company he keeps, preferring to be around old books, bonsai and art. He cries at ‘It’s a wonderful life’ but sulks if fed evil vegetables disguised as Parsnips or Peas. He is bored by mundane conversation, excited by architecture and castles and fuelled by Caramel Latte Macchiato’s. Occasionally, he likes to catch up with old acquaintances on Tatooine, Westeros, and Middle Earth, and stare at fantasy and concept art as if it is a window to his childhood adventures. He is always trying to learn lessons from the masters; Mr Charles Darwin and Mr Lionel Ritchie, about life and love. Tim’s galactic mission is to translate his brain activity into a language that inspires and entertains you, transports you to different worlds and grants you an audience with the characters you have dreamt about, but never dared to remember. All of this in an attempt to redeem himself with his childhood alien abductors and travel the stars once more.

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Review by: helen james on Dec. 29, 2012 : star star star star star
Read the first book free and had to buy the second in the series to see what happens! My only disappointment comes from the wait I now have to read the third book. I really enjoyed each minute spent reading both books in this series, can't wait for release of the third book.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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