The Gardens of Atlantis & The Killer Vine: A Theo Truerman Adventure

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Theo Truerman the boy born to be Mother Nature, has battled and beaten Penthera the evil witch who has kidnapped his parents, but Theo has so far failed to capture Penthera and rescue his parents.
Each year on his birthday Theo is endowed with additional magical powers at a rite performed at Stonehenge, after his latest battle with Penthera Theo discovered that he had some telepathic powers and even more fun for him he learned he could fly, ...
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Overview

Theo Truerman the boy born to be Mother Nature, has battled and beaten Penthera the evil witch who has kidnapped his parents, but Theo has so far failed to capture Penthera and rescue his parents.
Each year on his birthday Theo is endowed with additional magical powers at a rite performed at Stonehenge, after his latest battle with Penthera Theo discovered that he had some telepathic powers and even more fun for him he learned he could fly, though his cousins are yet to see this for themselves.
Theo his assisted in his quest by not only his family, but also The Elders that consist of a whole host of mythical beings including Chronus (old father time) Jack Frost and a whole host of mythical and previously thought extinct beings that reside in the Gardens of Extinction and mythical creatures including Ninka Nanka a mythical beast from Africa, Manannan the guardian of The Isle of Man, Alice a fairy, Martin the Eohippus and the Karate Kitties Munch, Shadow, Cobweb and their Sensei Charlie to name just a few.
Theo can teleport to nearly any part of the world within moments and can use his spectrum vision to see what others cannot, in this his third adventure Theo travels to the newly rediscovered City of Atlantis, lost for over two thousand years and meet the most important one of all:-
Jhoguhanes
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781500295363
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/23/2014
  • Pages: 328
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.69 (d)

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