Mary Lamb A Tangled Web

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Mary Lamb is thrust into a scenario where she has to try to save Maze from an alien invasion. She uses wit and daring in the face of this grave danger that risks the lives of her family, friends and herself in an attempt to stave off this threat to the world of Maze hidden deep beneath the earth. More

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About Frances T. Botham

Frances grew up on a farm located miles from other families. She spent much of her time playing in the bush and talking to the animals. Squirrels, rabbits, birds and particularly mice became her best friends. Amidst all this wild beauty, this little girl imagined undiscovered worlds and fascinating inhabitants. She was certain that a whole civilization existed far beneath the surface of the earth. She conjured up a fabulous environment, a unique people and great adventures. Long into her adult life, that part of her childhood stayed with her until one day she decided to write it all down and bring it to life to share with others. That was the beginning, with the first book, "Follow That Mouse" opening the world of Maze to readers of all ages.

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Review by: Chaz Van Heyden on March 16, 2018 :
What I Came Away With From Book Two of the Mary Lamb Series

First, I must say that the scene with the intruding hoards (thousands) of mice clamoring to get inside Mary’s house at night was thrillingly and brilliantly conceived!
Then the fact that Ms. Botham has rolled a very savvy contemporary SciFi story within that of her Maze thrilogy (sic) is quite a fact. Ms. Botham’s long and intricate stage setting for book II is itself a mark of the professional author.

Her alien character Axi and the planet Simboxis will no doubt be memorable as time marches on. They might even appear in a film or animated work in the near future.

This is a great book and series to read for youngsters to infinity, but for sure a children’s book galore.
Now on to Book III

C. Van Heyden – Author at
chazvanheydenbooks.com
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
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