Mask of the Fufura: The Sotsee Invasion

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AuthorHouse, Sep 30, 2009 - Fiction - 296 pages
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The Mask of The Fufura. the sotsee invasion, is a gripping action packed adventure story for the whole family. The Mask of the Fufura is a gateway to another dimension. Ted’s life is a mess. He feels that the whole world is against him. Harassed by his older brother on a daily basis, his troubles get worse when the local school bully also starts picking on him. Deep in the woods one day, while hiding from his brother and the bully, Ted finds an ancient tribal mask. The wooden treasure is a portal to another dimension... This book takes a fresh look at fantasy and adventure. No flying dragons or witches in this book. All the creatures are the real deal, and the action never stops, nor do the twists. So move over Harry Potter, here comes Ted and his band of warriors.
 

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Contents

A Strange Find
1
Journey to the Land of Shimwari
20
The Mask of the Fufura
43
King Joseph Revealed
48
Snakes and Strangers
54
Rogues and Rescuers
65
Stranger in the Dungeon
96
Tampering with the Natural Balance
111
Brothers in Arms
169
Flight of the Gooney Bird
176
Battle in the Giant Pines
198
The Final Conflict
219
The Flight Back
236
Return to Reality
259
Back to the Future
271
The Last Word
277

From Toys to Men
125
The Battle for Matoosadonna
156

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Steve Carter was born and raised in Africa. He now lives in Australia with his wife and three sons. An airline pilot by profession, Steve was inspired to write "The Mask of the Fufura" by watching his sons grow up. Parents relive their childhoods through their children. For Steve, memories of growing up and playing in the open space of his childhood home back in Africa gave him the setting for the story. Growing up in the sanctity of his family home, but at the same time living in a war torn country, gave Steve the idea of mixing up the reality of life, with the fantasies of a young boys imagination. Steve has tried to take a fresh look at adventure and fantasy. No flying dragons, witches or wizards will be found in this story. Steve wants the story to teach young people that the real magic, the real power, is in believing. Believing that they can achieve anything they want to, if they believe in themselves. Don't hide behind a mask, come out and show the world who you really are inside. This is the secret; this is the spark that leads to great achievements.

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