Victor and the Sun Orb

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iUniverse, Nov 21, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 176 pages
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Victor, a fairy prince of Solandia, should enjoy a carefree life. But from an early age, he finds himself very busy.
He learns complex magic and martial arts. He's even taught how to live in a human world. That's because his parents, King Godfred and Queen Magenta, know about a mortality spell that was cast on their son on the very day of his baptism.
A dark, hooded figure with eyes that burn like coal is to blame. Victor's parents know that on his thirteenth birthday, their beloved son will be forced to leave Solandia and live with humans, perhaps never to return.
To find an antidote to the spell cast upon him as an infant, Victor must retrieve the mysterious sun orb, a source of magical power now in the hands of the dark, hooded figure.
As he sets upon his quest, a war between the forces of light and darkness erupts. Good fairies wage battles with bad fairies, even as the power in their wands fades.
Enter a world of magic, and join the fairy prince as he fights for family, love, and friendship in Victor and the Sun Orb.

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Amy Nielsen was born and raised in the Philippines and earned a bachelor's degree in English from Saint Louis University, Baguio City. She worked as Regional Youth Coordinator at Divine Word Youth Center giving seminars, retreats, recollections, organizing regional and national youth assemblies. She's part of the organizing committee of World Youth Day '95 in Manila. Her work put her on road tours all the time including travels to different countries in Europe such as Germany, Spain, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Portugal, Italy, and Holland. She changed pace after five years and worked as Executive Staff at an importer/distributor company in Manila. She migrated to Denmark in 2001 and settled with her Danish husband. She went to school to learn the Danish language and now a full-time employee. She loves to travel and visit museums, historical places, climb castles, stroll in the beach and forest, go to bookstores, shop, bond with family, and hang with friends. She’s an avid reader of fantasy novels and fairytales. Above all, she enjoys sitting in front of her computer and write her book. She's currently writing a sequel to Victor and the Sun Orb titled Victor and the Seven Circles of Darkness. She also collaborates with friend Leny Grace Acosta about writing her short memoir, an inspirational book for parents with children with cerebral palsy. Her first fantasy novel Victor and the Sun Orb receives rave reviews from readers and professional reviewers.

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