Cameron Jack and the Key to the Universe

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When young Cameron a 10 year old boy moved into a new house with his mum and sister, they made friends with a creepy old man who lived opposite. The old man told Cameron that he was a special boy and gave him a key that could take him anywhere in the universe including new worlds or travel through time and would go on adventures that would save the universe. On his first adventure, Cameron, his sister and his best mate Barry went to Dragarnia. There they discovered a king who had lost the Crystal Sphere, the ...
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When young Cameron a 10 year old boy moved into a new house with his mum and sister, they made friends with a creepy old man who lived opposite. The old man told Cameron that he was a special boy and gave him a key that could take him anywhere in the universe including new worlds or travel through time and would go on adventures that would save the universe. On his first adventure, Cameron, his sister and his best mate Barry went to Dragarnia. There they discovered a king who had lost the Crystal Sphere, the kings only defence against his enemies. The sphere had been taken by the dragons of Dragarnia, so Cameron decided to go and find the sphere but he had to avoid being caught by the army of evil witches who wanted to rule Dragarnia. Unfortunately his sister Jess got kidnapped by the witches, so Cameron had to find the sphere, defeat the witches, rescue his sister and restore peace and freedom to Dragarnia.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781449065478
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 4/13/2010
  • Pages: 136
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.32 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2010

    cameron jack and the key to the universe

    as a kids book, it is a bit scary in parts, it has a mixture of comedy and action, it is suitable for all ages but aimed at kids. the story flows well, it could be more detailed/been longer but it was fun and easy reading. has a good story line and goes into the story quite fast. enjoyable and looking forward to camerons further adventures. many stories have airborn battles but this is a first to have an airborn battle with dragons and an army of witches. fast and furiouse. The witches are evil and nasty but they could have been a little bit more of them in the story. the rabbit dog type creatures were a little scary and could have been in it a bit more. comedy wise it has lots of farting in it from barry one of camerons friends. a few spelling mistakes but apart from that well worth a look.

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