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Saving the Sammi

Saving the Sammi

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by Frank Tuttle
     
 
There's trouble in the skies over Tirlin, and it's Mage Meralda and her faithful houseplant Mug to the rescue! The private airship Sammi, with four souls aboard, is caught in the grip of a monstrous storm. Can Mage Meralda's newfangled flying coils ascend to heights even the Air Corps don't dare, and will her hastily-assembled flying machine hold together long enough

Overview

There's trouble in the skies over Tirlin, and it's Mage Meralda and her faithful houseplant Mug to the rescue! The private airship Sammi, with four souls aboard, is caught in the grip of a monstrous storm. Can Mage Meralda's newfangled flying coils ascend to heights even the Air Corps don't dare, and will her hastily-assembled flying machine hold together long enough to reach the Sammi?

Join Meralda and Mug as they take flight, in this thrilling novella set in the world of the novel All the Paths of Shadow. Saving the Sammi is suitable for all ages. If you have a taste for fantasy with a dash of steampunk and a generous dollop of humor, climb aboard!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014871945
Publisher:
Tirlin Tower Press
Publication date:
08/13/2012
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
213 KB

Meet the Author

Frank Tuttle is a massive, hairy hominid who recently fled the Pacific Northwest after a series of blurry photographs threatened to reveal the location of his secret subterranean lair. Frank now resides in north Mississippi, where he enjoys long Skype chats with the Loch Ness monster and writes books. You may know Frank from his long-running Markhat the finder series, or his new YA novel ALL THE PATHS OF SHADOW.

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Saving the Sammi 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great short story set in a fun universe. This series mixes strings of steampunk with research wizardry and smart, brave characters for a fun time. Meralda is one of my favorite wizards in current fantasy literature!