Today on my blog I have Stuart B.Richardson, he didn’t send a Christmas memory. He did send me a few things about his book.
Sara DeVere is special – but until her thirteenth birthday she had no earthly idea why. As she enters the eighth grade, Sara begins a mind-bending journey into the unknown – a journey that will eventually lead her to her destiny with a group of extraordinary friends, and with two unique teachers who come to share a deep secret with Sara.
As the storyline progresses, our heroine is faced with some of the greatest tests one could possibly endure – not the least of which includes falling victim to the evil of a rapidly growing global threat. But in the company of good friends her will is strengthened, along with her growing knowledge of ancient Secrets – and the wisdom to use such knowledge in the fight for justice.
“Unity” – the first volume in The Aelf Club series – contains many facets, combined in such a way as to create a tantalizing ‘rabbit hole’ for the hungry reader; it is at once a coming of age story, a historical saga, an immense spiritual journey, a manual of higher learning, and an epic adventure full of international intrigue and nail-biting suspense! For those diehard fans of Harry Potter and other such mystical adventures, “Unity” is sure to please – offering an alluring combination of elements that will entice the imagination and stimulate the mind. This is a tale of immense proportions…
“Ingenious blend…sure to appeal to precocious young people…”
“Read it and Loved-Loved-Loved it!”
“The best ending I’ve ever read!”
Sierra from TN
James from CA
Stuart Brooke Richardson is a multi-instrumental musician/composer/producer, electronic technician, graphic designer and technical writer. He has two daughters, three and thirteen, and spends much of his free time learning about ancient history, alchemy and mystical spirituality.
I have read his book and it was a decent Middle Grade/YA (maybe say ages 11-15). You can see his learning of mystical spirituality and alchemy weaved throughout the story, sometimes a bit to much for me. I will put up a full review after the holidays.
Stuart Richardson is giving away a copy of his book Unity: A Aelf Club book, so here are the contest rules: