Geo

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Pub Date 29 Jan 2022 | Archive Date 01 Feb 2022

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Golem’s Hollow, the crystal city. For a rock like Geo, the beautifully familiar spires are the perfect place to be. They’re the only place to be. But what lies beyond the underground metropolis?

Geo always had questions, and ready or not, this is his chance for answers. Things didn’t go quite as planned, now he and his friends are stranded in a distant wilderness. It’s the adventure he always wanted. But survival is not guaranteed. Bizarre creatures roam these endless wilds dotted with odd, abandoned structures. What else is going on out here? Why does no one else dare to ask?

Unknown worlds are rarely safe and never predictable.

Golem’s Hollow, the crystal city. For a rock like Geo, the beautifully familiar spires are the perfect place to be. They’re the only place to be. But what lies beyond the underground metropolis?

Geo...


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ISBN 9780578325590
PRICE £0.99 (GBP)

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A fantasy adventure with a message of the power of friendship and not letting the mundanities of life interfere with the pursuit of your dreams. The author brings various minerals and gems to life and imbues them with colorful personalities. Readers encounter several different types of wild critters with a section of the book dedicated to some facts on each one that makes a cameo appearance in the story. References to the classics are interwoven into the tale as well as nice easter eggs for adult out-loud readers or students who have studied Greek mythology. The rich descriptions of each character makes the whole book read more like it would make a bang-up graphic novel or has potential as an animated movie.

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