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A former kindergarten teacher and avid lover of written works, Daniel lives in Pennsylvania with his daughter and writes tales of fantasy and science fiction. His favorite authors are Roger Zelazney and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

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The Wizard's Mistake
by Daniel P. Riley

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Yoder Hals isn't a particularly impressive boy, he's fat, lazy and not much fun to be around. But when a Wizard comes knocking on his door and convinces him to play the role of Hero to save not just his homeland of Halziyon but the entire world, how can he say "no"? Will Yoder be able to fulfill the prophecy the Wizard spoke of or was it all one big mistake?

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Yoder Hals is not a particularly impressive boy. He's fat, lazy, and painfully awkward. But when a Wizard comes knocking on his door and convinces him to play the role of Hero, how can he say no? With the help of an unlikely group of oddities Yoder must travel to the desolate land of Kurn where a powerful despot rules over his wicked people. Will Yoder live to fulfill the prophecy the Wizard spoke of, or was it all one big mistake? Join Yoder Hals as he follows an enigmatic and eccentric Wizard on a fantastical journey beyond his peaceful, little town of Mater's Range. The Wizard believes the answer to the planet's salvation waits. But first, Yoder must get over himself and realize what it means to be a hero after all.
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Overview


Yoder Hals isn't a particularly impressive boy, he's fat, lazy and not much fun to be around. But when a Wizard comes knocking on his door and convinces him to play the role of Hero to save not just his homeland of Halziyon but the entire world, how can he say "no"? Will Yoder be able to fulfill the prophecy the Wizard spoke of or was it all one big mistake?

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Description


Yoder Hals is not a particularly impressive boy. He's fat, lazy, and painfully awkward. But when a Wizard comes knocking on his door and convinces him to play the role of Hero, how can he say no? With the help of an unlikely group of oddities Yoder must travel to the desolate land of Kurn where a powerful despot rules over his wicked people. Will Yoder live to fulfill the prophecy the Wizard spoke of, or was it all one big mistake? Join Yoder Hals as he follows an enigmatic and eccentric Wizard on a fantastical journey beyond his peaceful, little town of Mater's Range. The Wizard believes the answer to the planet's salvation waits. But first, Yoder must get over himself and realize what it means to be a hero after all.

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Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Christian / Fantasy

Language:English

Series title:Tales of Halziyon

Series Number:1

Pages:209

eBook ISBN:9781098314149


Overview


Yoder Hals isn't a particularly impressive boy, he's fat, lazy and not much fun to be around. But when a Wizard comes knocking on his door and convinces him to play the role of Hero to save not just his homeland of Halziyon but the entire world, how can he say "no"? Will Yoder be able to fulfill the prophecy the Wizard spoke of or was it all one big mistake?

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Description


Yoder Hals is not a particularly impressive boy. He's fat, lazy, and painfully awkward. But when a Wizard comes knocking on his door and convinces him to play the role of Hero, how can he say no? With the help of an unlikely group of oddities Yoder must travel to the desolate land of Kurn where a powerful despot rules over his wicked people. Will Yoder live to fulfill the prophecy the Wizard spoke of, or was it all one big mistake? Join Yoder Hals as he follows an enigmatic and eccentric Wizard on a fantastical journey beyond his peaceful, little town of Mater's Range. The Wizard believes the answer to the planet's salvation waits. But first, Yoder must get over himself and realize what it means to be a hero after all.

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About the author


A former kindergarten teacher and avid lover of written works, Daniel lives in Pennsylvania with his daughter and writes tales of fantasy and science fiction. His favorite authors are Roger Zelazney and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

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