Crow's Revenge

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Puffin, 2012 - Children's stories - 384 pages
24 Reviews
Book one in this new fantasy adventure series, Keeper of the Realms. 'I've just had a flesh-eating giant tearing around my house and now I'm in this strange land I don't know anything about!' CHARLIE KEEPER has been forced from her home by a bloodthirsty and terrifying stranger. But in escaping she discovers her house holds the gateway to the REALM OF BELLANIA - a place of myth, magic . . . and an evil Lord with a very bad attitude. NOW its fate rests squarely upon Charlie's shoulders. But before she can untangle the mystery that will save Bellania, she needs the answer to a life-changing secret her guardian, the dastardly Mr Crow, has been keeping from her . . . Just who is Charlie Keeper?

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Review: Crow's Revenge (Keeper of the Realms #1)

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OMG I LOVE THIS BOOK SO MUCH!!!! It sounded boring at first but after I read the first few pages I wanted to keep reading and reading it!!! I finished all of the books in the series within two days and am waiting for more to come out!!!! MARCUS ALEXANDER I LOVE YOUR BOOKS SO MUCH!!! Read full review

Review: Crow's Revenge (Keeper of the Realms #1)

User Review  - Dylan Roberts - Goodreads

Crow's Revenge is a magical and entertaining story with unique characters. Very enjoyable, I found it hard to put down. Looking forward to reading the next book :) Read full review

About the author (2012)

After several incident-filled years of travelling the world Marcus Alexander decided to pack in all serious attempts at reaching maturity and instead embraced the much more suitable world of parchment scribbling for a living. Marcus has a fondness for causing mischief, knows how to run really, really fast when he's in trouble and knows how to duck out of sight when someone points the long, bony finger of blame. Find out more about him and Charlie's adventures at www.keeperoftherealms.com

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