The Changeling King

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One summer, four teenagers disappear whilst swimming in a remote lake. Everyone believes it’s a tragic accident. But this is only the beginning of an adventure spanning time and space. The Changeling King is a fantasy adventure that combines high fantasy with horror and mysticism. More

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About Noor A Jahangir

Noor A Jahangir was born and raised in Lancashire, England. He grew up in a town very much like Affrington and knew at the age of seven that he wanted to be a writer. Most of his teen years were spent in an Islamic boarding school for boys, set in the Pennine Moors, overlooked by Peel Tower. He holds an honours degree in English Studies with Media Studies and Creative Writing, a post-graduate Diploma in Management Studies, and a Masters in Community Leadership. He works as a senior manager in the non-profit sector. His first novel was The Changeling King (available from Smashwords).

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The Changeling King, Sultan's Story
SULTAN, a Mughal Prince, witnesses the murder of his father, but evades his assassins by crossing the galaxy via mystical means, only to be captured by monsters.

The Changeling King, Adam's Story
One summer, four teenagers disappear whilst swimming in a remote lake. Everyone believes it’s a tragic accident. ADAM PHELPS, the only survivor knows otherwise. Now he is being hunted by mythical monsters.

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Unicorn Productions reviewed on Aug. 4, 2011

This is epic fantasy fantasy at its best, with visitors from Earth thrown to an alien world and viceversa. Action and humor are intertwined in a style I found very original and sort of old fashioned (reminding me of 19th century British novels) but good. It's the first of a series but has a kind of close in spite of the open ending. I might enjoy exploring this world again in the future, especially for the British flavor.
(reviewed 45 days after purchase)
Sadia Khan reviewed on June 18, 2011

It was an awesome read, loved it. I recommend it to everyone.....
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
hikmat reviewed on June 17, 2011

This is a very well written and engaging book, a must have for fantasy lovers
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

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