The Great Egg Hunt

The Great Egg Hunt

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by P.D Blake
     
 

Grandad Seth has a golden egg, his pride and joy, that he puts out every year to see in the spring. Only this year, while Seth and the grandkids are sleeping, his egg is stolen, by the Springtide Bunny. Unfortunately for the wily thief Seth's grandkids are Frank, Arthur, Norman and Stan, four strapping trolls with bad tempers and a taste for bunny.

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Overview

Grandad Seth has a golden egg, his pride and joy, that he puts out every year to see in the spring. Only this year, while Seth and the grandkids are sleeping, his egg is stolen, by the Springtide Bunny. Unfortunately for the wily thief Seth's grandkids are Frank, Arthur, Norman and Stan, four strapping trolls with bad tempers and a taste for bunny.

Join the troll brothers as they encounter gnomes, dryads, dwarves, goblins and more bunny rabbits than they can reasonably manage, as they hunt the thief in the night and try to rescue grandad's treasure and find more than just golden eggs.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033105922
Publisher:
P.D Blake
Publication date:
03/16/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
90 KB

Meet the Author

P.D.Blake is a forty-something writer from East Yorkshire in England. During the day he is a mild mannered software developer. At night, under the cloak of darkness and occasionally under the influence of copious amounts of alcohol, he writes. What he writes is mainly fantasy, sometimes humorous, sometimes not, sometimes short, sometimes long. He has been writing on and off for a number of years, ever since he bought a manual typewriter back in the late eighties, progressing through an Amstrad PCW to the wonderful world of Windows PCs. When not writing he can be found in the veg plot, growing his own and brewing his own to go with it, or just talking to his chickens.

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The Great Egg Hunt 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was the mist confusing story I've read in a while. By the time I made what they are saying, half the story has passed. Still had no clue what or where the characters were. I actually got this book for my child, but the 'butt-plug' on the cover told me I better read it first.