Enchanted Home [NOOK Book]

Overview

One year ago, a fire destroyed a mysterious forest.
A young animal was framed by the Emperor himself.
Living as an outlaw, he struggles to uncover the real story?

Jeb is a kind but fearful creature living in an underground Spring with dangerous outlaws. With only his parents and a mysterious outlaw named Secka to protect him, Jeb struggles to uncover the truth about the ...
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Enchanted Home

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Overview

One year ago, a fire destroyed a mysterious forest.
A young animal was framed by the Emperor himself.
Living as an outlaw, he struggles to uncover the real story…

Jeb is a kind but fearful creature living in an underground Spring with dangerous outlaws. With only his parents and a mysterious outlaw named Secka to protect him, Jeb struggles to uncover the truth about the fire he was framed for. When strange creatures invade their home, though, he is forced to focus on driving them out. But as he learns more about the creatures and the fire, he wonders who the real enemy is.

Meanwhile, Saderia finds herself in a strange forest. Disasters plague the forest and weird plants cover the land. On top of everything else, an unknown enemy is sabotaging the royal family. While trying to cope, Saderia begins to doubt herself. After leaving Dingo behind in the desert, she starts to lose faith in her Dream sense. But is Dingo truly gone? And when her best friend finds himself seconds away from death, will she be able to trust her instincts to save him?

While Saderia and Dash struggle to save the kingdom, Jeb searches for the truth. When their paths meet, they have even more questions. Will they uncover the secret of the forest or die trying?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014772471
  • Publisher: Tiger Print Books
  • Publication date: 5/10/2012
  • Series: Saderia Series , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 738
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • File size: 549 KB

Meet the Author

Sarah Renée has loved writing from an early age. She has been writing short stories since the age of four and at the age of ten, she came up with the idea for The Tiger Princess, her debut 340-page novel. She wrote the novel when she was twelve. She is fascinated with wild animals and the wild world outside her home, and has an obvious great love of tigers. She enjoys spending time with her cats, reading, drawing and playing her violin when she is not writing. In her free time, she is constantly daydreaming about her many characters, creating new ones, and coming up with interesting adventure story ideas. She is fifteen years old.

Visit www.thetigerprincess.com to learn more about Sarah Renée, her books, and more!
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  • Posted August 7, 2012

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    Once again, Sarah Renee has woven a complex and exciting tale ab

    Once again, Sarah Renee has woven a complex and exciting tale about the animal world that will draw readers in and keep them on the edge of their seats.

    Enchanted Home is a multi-layered adventure story which introduces the new main character named Jeb. What sort of animal Jeb and his family actually are is a mystery as the story unfolds. What we know immediately is that these creatures are living in an intriguing place, a forest in the middle of a desert, where terrible things have happened and continue to happen. There seems to be a mystical force at work – and then there is a possibly evil emperor…. When the story begins, we find that new mysterious (dangerous?) creatures are aboveground. And they seem to be making themselves at home with no intention of leaving. What are the underground dwellers to do?

    The parallel story is the continuing saga of Saderia, the Tiger Princess, and her family. The animal kingdom, ruled by Saderia’s parents, has moved from their former forest home to a new forest, a strange and eerie place where bad things seem to happen constantly as the animals attempt to adapt. Saderia herself struggles to deal with the loss of her friend Dingo, while watching her royal parents deal with crisis after crisis.

    Sara’s descriptive writing sends readers on a roller coaster ride of fear, desperation and hope as the animals work to rebuild their lives, recreate their former home, and deal with obstacles aplenty – not only because of the frightened underground creatures – but because of the mysterious forest itself.

    Recommended for ages nine and up, young people who like an in-depth read with lots of action.

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