Death, Diamonds, And Dirty Socks: 3 Book Set

Rated 5.00/5 based on 5 reviews
Had he just made the worst choice of his life? Jarod Dailey stared at the old brown shoes he had just chosen as his one inherited item from Grandpa. What was a thirteen-year-old boy going to do with used old-man shoes? And a pair of old socks to boot! Then he saw a tiny inscription on the inside of the heel, and something magical happened. Grandpa was standing right in front of him! More

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About T.L. Tabor

I have been writing fiction stories since I was very little, because I always wanted a new and exciting world to escape into for a while. As an adult, I decided to write a kids book about things I wished could be true, or how the world could change if our wishes could come true. Magic and the impossible was something I never wanted to give up believing in and I hope kids who read my books never stop believing either.

I had so much fun writing Death, Diamonds and Dirty Socks, and laughed through it every time I read it, I just had to continue the series. So for you fans out there wanting more of Jarod and Tommy's adventures, stay tuned; Book Four: Solomon's Ring is available February 2016, Book Five: The Protected, March 2016, and Book Six: Vessel Of Safety, April 2016.

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Review by: Cathy Spitzenberger on July 4, 2015 :
A fascinating, entertaining, thought provoking,
and highly detailed account of a delightful and magical
journey. It is written with fine attention to detail and evokes a sense of being there. Death, Diamonds and Dirty Socks is beautifully constructed and expertly written from start to finish. Well worth reading and I can’t wait to see where the journey takes us next. This book is suitable for all ages.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Review by: john spitzenberger on June 29, 2015 :
My wife gave me a hard copy of this months ago and asked me to read it and tell her what I thought of it. About 10 pages in, I thought it was going to be very predictable, but boy was I wrong! It's an excellent story with lots of twists and turns. I'm really glad I kept reading. I read an average of two books a week. I am 62 years young and I can't wait for book two!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Mary Ellen Clagett on June 27, 2015 :
If you a looking for a book that is going to capture the imagination of both kids and adults, this is it. Our family reads books together out loud and this one kept everybody glued to their seats waiting to see what happened next. None of us were allowed to read ahead outside the reading circle…and I was really tempted to. All my nephews and nieces will be getting this book for their birthdays. Really looking forward to seeing it as a movie! Phenomenal.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Cathy Shea on June 27, 2015 :
This was a GREAT book! "Death, Diamonds and Dirty Socks" - the title intrigued me. What could this book be about? Once I picked it up to start reading, I was hooked. I couldn't put it down. I couldn't wait to find out what would unfold next for Jarrod. I sure hope the author is writing a follow on book as Jarrod is sure to have many more adventures and I'd enjoy reading about them.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: ROBIN BUSH on June 27, 2015 :
If you enjoyed the Harry Potter series, this book will not disappoint. Once I picked it up, I didn't want to put it down. I loved this book so much I purchased a copy for my 13 year-old nephew. My nephew has read all the Harry Potter books and said Death, Diamonds and Dirty Socks was his 'favorite.' Certainly worth the 5 stars!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: rainbowbugsbunny58 on June 27, 2015 : (no rating)
Death Diamonds and Dirty Socks...Wow...I'm not an avid reader but once I picked it up I didn't want to put it down. I wish I had more books like this when I was young because I surely would have read more. I hope the author is still writing because I sure would like to know what happens in the future of these characters that I have grown so fond of. Mahalo from Hawaii
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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