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Geek Fantasy Novel Hardcover – April 1, 2011
Collection of Five "Who Was" Biographies
In this box set, discover the life and times of five icons of black history and celebrate the difference they made in the world. Hardcover
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One summer, when he was most in need of adventure and wish-fulfillment (having been denied his dream job of game designer at Monomyth), he receives a letter from his mother's family in England. Would he be interested in coming abroad for the summer and helping set up their computer network? Not bothering to think too long about this odd request, Ralph sets off, without his parents' permission, to live with the Battersbys. And so begins the journey of a lifetime, one that centers on the wishes of his cousins Cecil, Beatrice and Daphne and that will finally explain his parents' ban on all wishes.
GEEK FANTASY NOVEL by E. Archer is a furious action-driven tale full of exploding rabbits, oppressed fairies, homicidal unicorns, an evil Duchess, a Snow Queen, the undead and family intrigue. Clever and strange, the novel plays with fantasy and adventure genre conventions and delivers a thrilling story.
Cecil is the first of the quartet to be offered a wish and then is whisked away to a fairy-land where the bodies, both living and dead, of fairies are used as construction material. His wish is to free them, hero-style, from their subjugation at the hands of the powerful elite. The result is that his sister Beatrice is killed, and not even Daphne's wish to save everyone can bring her back. Finally it is Ralph's turn to try to save Beatrice, and the story moves into the Underworld where the Recently-Living and the Soon-to-be-Dead are at odds.Read more ›
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horrible story. too much violence for kids. the main character kills a little girl his age, terrible story. as a feminist I cannot endorse.Published 11 months ago by Bry W.
I went to an author signing at Oblong Books - Libba Bray, David Levithan, Michael Northrop and E. Archer. Read morePublished on December 4, 2012 by Nicole
Geek fantasy novel is a great book. It has it's flaws but over all I loved it all the way to the end :)Published on July 9, 2011 by Asheley Biesemeyer-Young