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Cry of the Grackle
by Lee James
Genre: SciFi Fantasy
Let me vanish into the void that bore me. There I will find peace.
Born into the violent confusion of the human race, Rosh is defamed, abused and alone.
Is he destined to save us or die trying?
Lee James writes stories of hope and redemption. Whether it’s fantasy, mystery or historical fiction, her beautifully awkward characters traverse a dark labyrinth on their journey to a hopeful end.
She is vehement about the importance of creating and preserving the sanctity of the written word. In that vein, she supports literacy programs and her local libraries.
Most importantly, she supports her fellow writers. When not writing, she enjoys photography, watching The Simpsons, and of course, reading.
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A biting memoir with an over the top package!
This is your warning!
This book contains Count Dracula’s memoirs. And as you would expect, there are plenty of hideous creatures in it—giant yetis, insidious werewolves, slimy fish monsters—maybe you shouldn’t read it!
You might learn things you didn’t know about monsters before. Hair-raising things that make these monsters appear . . .friendly . . .even downright human. So, take my advice. Put the book down and move on before you get caught in its clutches.
Sincerely, Van Helsing
PS-But if you do read this book, you will be enchanted by the incredibly imaginative full-color illustrations through out, the fabulously appealing cover, and the original wit captured within.
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BOOK REVIEW – 4 stars!
Such a cute, fun book! Full of positive messages and a bit of humor, kids will enjoy reading aboud Dracula’s life as he tells the stories to his grandchildren. I enjoyed the unique spin on VanHelsing, and his ineptitude in killing Dracula. The artwork was an added bonus and very well done!
*Disclaimer: I received an ARC via NetGalley in exchance for an honest review. The review above is only my opinion.