The Key

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In 1901, after the Spanish American War had ended, a small town along the shores of Spain is shortly awaken. Myra discovers a wooden key that is carelessly tossed about, yet it mysteriously keeps reappearing amongst them. Daniel is chasing after Mary, whom he thinks is his lovely Myra, only to find himself a prisoner of the evil Captain William. Louis returns from a business trip and searches for answers to the bizarre circumstances that have evolved while he was away. Good and Evil Spirits lurk surreptitiously ...

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Overview

In 1901, after the Spanish American War had ended, a small town along the shores of Spain is shortly awaken. Myra discovers a wooden key that is carelessly tossed about, yet it mysteriously keeps reappearing amongst them. Daniel is chasing after Mary, whom he thinks is his lovely Myra, only to find himself a prisoner of the evil Captain William. Louis returns from a business trip and searches for answers to the bizarre circumstances that have evolved while he was away. Good and Evil Spirits lurk surreptitiously in the background, as they fight for their own existence. Rascal becomes the keeper of the key, as he desperately pursues after Myra in hopes to keep her safe. Will he succeed?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781606106006
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 10/20/2008
  • Pages: 98
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.23 (d)

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  • Posted December 26, 2008

    A fast and rapid read page turner.

    Having read this book in a short time I found that the characters are colorful and the magic exciting. It definitly keeps the reader intrigued wanting to find out what the key is all about. The weaving of reality and fantasy leaves no room for comparasion. If you like The Hobbitt, The Lion, Witch and Wardrobe, Chronicles of Narnia, Harry Potter or anything else that combines reality with fantasy you'll love this book. It will be one that you can't put down until you read the last page. And will it really be the end? I hope you want to find out for yourself.<BR/>Although the author is new and untried, writing in an inexpierenced way I like the book very much. I am looking forward to more of her work.

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  • Posted December 26, 2008

    Highly Recommend This One

    I would have to give this author an A+ for originality. I can vision this book as a movie or mini series. A real page turner, it kept my attention to the end. It has a mixture of romance, mystery and suspense all twisted together. Daniel and Louis are twins, just as Mary and Myra are, and their paths keep crossing on a mysterical note. Seems one would appear as another one vanishes. You got to read this one!

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