Festival of Friends and Foes: Children of the Others Collection™ -, Book 2

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Fiction - 112 pages
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Festival of Friends and Foes takes us on a wild ride of good friends and strange assurances. Ethan, Camille and Jeremy plan on enjoying a fun weekend festival called Beltane with their families and other children with similar gifts. Thinking that this would give them time to share some of their stories with each other and help Ethan understand more about his family. Little did they know there was more thrills and chills waiting for them than they could have ever expected. Out witting giant animals, possessed assassins and curious kids, the three friends learn that they will all have to work together to make it out of this weekend without going crazy. If it weren't for their new friend Gretchen they would probably have been in a world of trouble with their parents too.

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As a writer, story teller and father, there is nothing ordinary about A. Dragonblood. Living in the Deep South gives Dragonblood plenty of material for stories about Magic, Vampires, Witches and other not so mythical beings. There are things that happen in Savannah Georgia that are never explained. Even Dragonblood is not a person that is easy to describe. One minute he would be lurking in the shadows following up on a theory on a detail, or seen on the soccer pitch working a theory out with his youth soccer players. He is also known for being a little eccentric to many. After the success of first book in the Children of The Others Collection, Dragonblood felt it was important to release the second book as soon as possible to satisfy the needs of the young readers of the Collection. He has truly enjoyed meeting the new young readers of his material and sharing ideas that they have for future stories. Writing and reading is truly the ultimate gift for A. Dragonblood.

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