Quest For The Simurgh

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The village magician, Wafa, has gone missing. His star pupil Faiza thinks he has left a clue for her on a page of the Magicalis Bestialis. With the page open and marked with an X, she believes Wafa is telling them to seek out the Simurgh, the mythical birds who possess all the knowledge of the universe. She convinces her three classmates that they must seek the help of the Simurgh to find their teacher.

She leads the boys on a difficult journey into the mountains in search of ...

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Overview

The village magician, Wafa, has gone missing. His star pupil Faiza thinks he has left a clue for her on a page of the Magicalis Bestialis. With the page open and marked with an X, she believes Wafa is telling them to seek out the Simurgh, the mythical birds who possess all the knowledge of the universe. She convinces her three classmates that they must seek the help of the Simurgh to find their teacher.

She leads the boys on a difficult journey into the mountains in search of the elusive birds. A strange little man becomes their guide. However, they do not know he is a spirit leading them toward a battle between good and evil. Spirits, gods, and demons confront the four friends, who are being set up by the otherworldly forces for a much larger task than finding their teacher. The students were chosen to take sides in the battle which might spell the end of the world: a battle between the demons and the spirits.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780578004990
  • Publisher: Texas Boy Publications
  • Publication date: 8/15/2009
  • Pages: 130
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.28 (d)

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  • Posted November 27, 2009

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    A Fun Read!

    I must say this was a super fun read! The characters were believable, easy to identify with, and fun to root for. To me, it was a mixture of The Chronicles of Narnia, The Alchemist, and Eragon. The combination of myth and legend blended seamlessly with the setting of ancient Persia. Clear descriptions, strong action, and a steady pace added up to an all around solid piece of work. I'm looking forward to reading more of this author's writing. Certainly, I would recommend it for others to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2009

    Quest For The Simurgh

    This novel is a delight. Packed full of adventure, it weaves timeless myth and lore with contemporary characters and a fulfilling storyline. The characters felt genuine, and as a reader I cared about their plight. The author holds true to a wonderful and consistent voice while pulling the reader into her world. A lovely, fun-packed tale - an exciting read for all ages.

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