Jeff Madison and the Curse of Drakwood Forest (Book 2) Paperback – November 26, 2015
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This second instalment in the Jeff Madison Series is an action-packed nail-biter that will keep you hooked right to the very last page. With Shimmers of Drakmere, Bernice Fischer established herself as a name to watch on the fantasy scene for younger readers. But with Curse of Drakwood Forest, she has done what very few writers achieve, namely, writing a 2nd book that outshines its predecessor.
Maya Fowler-Sutherland - Editor
On their previous visit to Drakmere, Jeff's best friend Rhed, was adopted by a tree. While it seemed funny at the time, no one is laughing about it anymore, as Rhed's limbs stiffen and even his fingernails start turning to bark. Thanks to a Sandustian warrior, the friends discover that Rhed is being summoned to Drakmere by the Prince of Drakwood Forest. Listen to the call or not, Rhed is destined to turn into a tree. Jeff uses his dream catcher abilities to once again enter Drakmere. Of course his friends just don't listen when he tells them not to follow. This is where the adventure begins.
From the Author
Just listen for the whisper of magic and the sizzle of excitement in the air,
take a deep breath and chase your dreams.
- Paperback : 287 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0620684321
- ISBN-13 : 978-0620684323
- Item Weight : 15 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.72 x 9 inches
- Publisher : Fischer Self-Publishing; 1st edition (November 26, 2015)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #14,659,875 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Jeff Madison is the kind of guy a person wants as a friend, he's not going to turn his back on his friends for anything in the world, not even his own life. He's not the one that you call to bail you out of jail, he's the one that's going to be sitting next to you saying “yeah, but it was fun wasn't it?” This loyalty is what drives him back to Drakmere, desperate to find a cure for a mysterious curse visited upon his best friend Rhed. He didn't plan on Rhed or their friend Phoebe following him, that they would accidentally release a dreadful witch with the power to wake the un-dead, or that he would accidentally stumble into the castle which was supposedly impossible to find, and meet a warrior all but a few believed to be dead. These are just the tame parts of this story!
I am once again blown away by the caliber of writing this book displays, and the world Fischer has created that can easily go toe to toe with the likes of Narnia or Middle Earth. Characters come alive, the scene is set splendidly, and you will not be able to set this book down once you start reading it.