- File Size: 4332 KB
- Print Length: 212 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1508816220
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Black Horse Publishing; 1 edition (April 15, 2015)
- Publication Date: April 15, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00W7UKHB8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Tommy Topper and the Pixie Princess: Sorcerer's, Magic, Gargoyle's, Wizards & Witches, Kindle Edition
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However, on Kranta, life has changed for its people, gone are the happy and prosperous days they enjoyed when the good Kind Andrew reigned. Instead, King Andrew’s place has been taken by the evil Ling Clam. He is not a very good wizard but he has tricked the best wizards on Kranta into working for him and turned the world into a very bleak place.
When Ling Clam discovers that Tommy Topper is a threat to him, he sends Gruber and an associate to earth using a magical blue stone, their mission - to kill Tommy!
Aware of the danger Tommy is in, his parents send him to Uncle Nick, who is a wizard, and also lives on Earth, where he learns spells and is prepared to be sent to Kranza. Once there, he is to train under the great wizard Verlan and save its people from Ling Clam.
This book tells of Tommy’s great adventure with Verlan as he searches for, and finds the five magical objects which were hidden by Ling Clam to supress the people of Kranta.
Peril lurks around every corner for the objects are in dangerous and mysterious places with mythical creatures guarding them. To find them Tommy must use his magic and powers, the Book of a Thousand Spells and seek advice from the demon in the mirror. Oh and of course we mustn’t forget the help of Princess Ryanna of Pixie Land, but to find out where she comes in, you will have to read the story…
Joe has yet again pulled the rabbit out of the hat in writing a story full of magic and enchantment which will be a dream come true for lovers of fantasy.
Joe Corso did a fantastic job of immediately drawing you into Tommy Topper's world. As a reader, you care whether Tommy does well in his wizardry training and accomplishes his mission to rid Kranta from the evil emperor.
I loved the question, "What have I learned that I have forgotten?" A question that Tommy wants answers to because as a wizard he already has the answers (from his ancestors/genetics) inside of him but it will not surface until he matures, grows and trains.
Torso's characters are fun. Fantasy fans will enjoy this Harry Potter meets Peter Pan joy ride, chalk-full of shape-shifting, wands, fairies and magic.
I like the adventures of Tommy when he searches every object. It's very hard to keep pacing and cover all details wisely and the author is successful doing that.