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Friday, October 20, 2017

Bentwhistle The Dragon in A Twisted Prophecy





Title: Bentwhistle The Dragon in A Twisted Prophecy

Author: Paul Cude

Genre: Fantasy, Adventure, Children/Young Adult






Rating: 5 out of 5 fairies






Synopsis: Amid turmoil surrounding devastating attacks across the world, the dragon domain faces the planet's greatest fear: global terrorism by an unknown force of magic users.
Against this backdrop of fear, the friends' relief at having Richie back from the jaws of death is quickly tempered when they discover the price she has paid and exactly what she will have to forfeit. With Manson's deadly scheme in full swing, events quickly turn from bad to worse. An army of nagas controlled by the threat to their king, help the evil dragon storm the kingdom, capturing Peter, Tank, and Flash in the process.
With no help on the horizon and the dragons below ground neutralised, how will the threat be stopped? Will the white dragon turn out to be their saviour, or will a fierce lacrosse match prove to be the turning point for a rescue so unconventional, nobody could ever see it coming?

With a hoard of treasure and more magical artefacts than a witch's kitchen, you'll have to read on to find out if everything will turn out all white!

Review:  If you've read the first two books, this is the moment you've been waiting for. Nefarious plots revealed, an immeasurable treasure in the balance, and many lives at stake combine to create the crowning moment of this amazing series. If you don't read this book, then you're a fool! The tension, the subplots, the action...you'll forget you're reading and begin to cheer the fearless heroes onward in the fight of their lives.

Where to buy: Amazon

About the Author: Paul Cude is a husband, father, field hockey player and aspiring photographer. Lost without his hockey stick, he can often be found in between writing and chauffeuring children, reading anything from comics to sci-fi, fantasy to thrillers. Too often found chained to his computer, it would be little surprise to find him, in his free time, somewhere on the Dorset coastline, chasing over rocks and sand in an effort to capture his wonderful wife and lovely kids with his camera. Paul Cude is also the author of the Bentwhistle the Dragon series of books.

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