No Match for Uncle Charlie

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Lulu.com, Apr 18, 2009 - 141 pages
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Part of growing up often takes children into the fantasy world of make-belief. There is no story more fantastic than that of Uncle Charlie, who left the planet Urateeze to reveal his tremendous powers in his dedication to the protection of a very special family who live in one of the many picturesque Welsh Valleys.Yet there are times when it becomes difficult to separate fantasy from reality. Perceived truth can be a matter of faith and belief. The veracity of this story is for the reader to decide. It involves the destiny of one family to include the experiences of three generations. However, in its authenticity the result of the battle with the evil Molach has implications that could have eternal consequences for the whole of the planet Earth
 

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Contents

The attack by a stranger Page
4
The second attack Page
9
Year of the grand slam Page
12
War on Urateeze Page
18
The night of Molach Page
22
The allotment Page
24
The wounded pigeon Page
26
Dream of a pigeon Page
32
Decision at the boating lake Page
66
The scene is set Page
69
The attack on the towpath Page
71
John Fielding Page
79
Grandee and Urateeze Page
82
Twmbarlwm and graveyard Page
85
the Island of Cardau Page
93
The treasure Page
97

Mandy being followed Page
34
Terror in the dingle Page
37
Another dream of the pigeon Page
41
Back to school Page
44
War on earth Page
46
Vengeance of Molach Page
48
Bandy turns on the charm Page
50
Uncle Charlie escapes Page
52
Uncle Charlie journeys to the sun Page
54
Cat on the loose Page
56
Molach instigates more trouble Page
57
Precinct encounter Page
60
Approaching finale Page
102
The two cats Page
106
The railway station Page
111
The cousins of destiny Page
115
New Masters Page
120
Election campaign Page
123
A grandmothers hate Page
127
Showdown Page
130
Fuming Austin Page
132
Kidnapped Page
134
Panic Page
137
The pigeon returns Page
139

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