Secrets of the Alchemist Dar: A Fantasy for Everyone!

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Treasure Trove, Sep 26, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 144 pages
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Secrets of the Alchemist Dar, the sequel to the New York Times bestselling A Treasure's Trove, is a fantasy story about Dark and Good Fairies, spells and eclipses, and Michael Stadther's signature characters: Zac the handsome woodcarver, Ana his beautiful half-elf half human wife, and their trusty doth, Pook.

The story is also about the evil Alchemist Dar who wants his Dark Fairies to live forever; to do this he must steal the Good Fairies' Rings of Fairy Life. Using the mysterious Book of Dark Spells, Dar kills the Good Fairies and captures the rings.

The mystery begins with clues concealed in the pages of this book that will give anyone anywhere in the world who can read English a chance to solve the clues and obtain one of the one hundred real diamond rings valued together at more than US $2 million.

Armchair adventurers will discover the treasure-hunting experience of a lifetime, andfamilies will enjoy hours of reading together.

Secrets of the Alchemist Dar, the sequel to the New York Times bestselling A Treasure's Trove, is a fantasy story about Dark and Good Fairies, spells and eclipses, and Michael Stadther's signature characters: Zac the handsome woodcarver, Ana his beautiful half-elf half human wife, and their trusty doth, Pook.

The story is also about the evil Alchemist Dar who wants his Dark Fairies to live forever; to do this he must steal the Good Fairies' Rings of Fairy Life. Using the mysterious Book of Dark Spells, Dar kills the Good Fairies and captures the rings.

The mystery begins with clues concealed in the pages of this book that will give anyone anywhere in the world who can read English a chance to solve the clues and obtain one of the one hundred real diamond rings valued together at more than US $2 million.

Armchair adventurers will discover the treasure-hunting experience of a lifetime, andfamilies will enjoy hours of reading together.

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Michael Stadther has been thinking about treasure hunts since he was a boy, digging holes in his grandmother's yard looking for buried treasure. As a teen he read "Masquerade" by Kit Williams and dreamed that one day, he too, would write a story and hide a treasure.

After a successful career in banking software, he decided to put his efforts into creating a international treasure hunt that could engage millions of adults and children alike, providing adventure, fun and opportunity for everyone. He wanted the hunt to be accessible and encourage puzzle-solving, reading and exploring. It took him eight years to work out how to do it.

When he's not painting or dabbling in real estate, Mike studies with world-famous chess grand master Gregory Kaidanov. He also practices the 10-string Baroque guitar.

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