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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Fantasy & Magic
  • Language:English
  • Pages:200
  • eBook ISBN:9781624884320

The Dreamer and the Sword

by V. L. Eriksen

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Overview
On a mythical island, a boy is given Poseidon's sword and begins a hero's quest. Tommiwa begins his adventure with dreams of finding golden treasure. He ends his adventure a hero who has defeated evil and won freedom for his island and the the people he loves. Join ten-year old Tommiwa, his dare-devil little sister and seven magical creatures on a breathtaking adventure. The Dreamer and the Sword is a literary fantasy of aproximately 190 print pages. The author holds a master of fine arts degree in creative writing and has taught at both the elementary and university level. This is her first middle-grade novel.
Description
On a mythical island, a boy is given Poseidon's sword and begins a hero's quest. Tommiwa begins his adventure with dreams of finding golden treasure. He ends his adventure a hero who has defeated evil and won freedom for his island and the people he loves. Join ten-year old Tommiwa, his dare-devil little sister and seven magial creatures on a breath taking adventure. The Dreamer and the Sword is a literary fantasy of aproximately 190 print pages. The author holds a master of fine arts degree in creative writing and has taught at both the elementary and university level. This is her first middle-grade novel. According to the legend, once every hunded years Poseidon, king of the ocean, walks as a stranger among the people to see how they care for and share the gifts his ocean gives them. Come along and we will walk with Poseidon and the boy he chooses to send on a heroe's quest. There are pirates, a dragon, a wolf named Loke, and even a mermaid or two.
About the author
V. L. Eriksen (alias Grandma Val) is a former elementary school teacher and a retired professor of English Composition. She grew up in the desert town of Richland, Washington. In 1991 she received a master of fine arts degree in creative writing, poetry, from Eastern Washington University. Since that time she has taught English Composition 101 & 102 for community colleges. She was teaching at Fort Campbell, Kentucky when an accident changed everything. She was visiting her grandchildren in Florida when a matress fell on her and broke her hip! Although her class room teaching is over, she is now able to finally finish and publish her poems and stories. She is a starving but happy writer living in Sarasota, Florida with her parrot Sebastian.
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