Jack Wrimo and the Ori of Flames

Jack Wrimo and the Ori of Flames

by Brad Shreffler

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Overview

Jack Wrimo and the Ori of Flames by Brad Shreffler

A 15 year old boy, named Jack Wrimo, is an average kid in every sense of the word. He has never been the fastest kid, or the smartest kid, but never the least of them either. That all changes when his family takes a trip to a flea market, and what he finds there changes his life forever.

Jack, along with his ally Pharia, must learn how to control new powers, fight a mysterious evil being, and save his best friend Matt in this exciting adventure.

This is the first book written by Brad Shreffler, and is an exciting tale of action and circumstance. Drawing on his experience as a Language Arts teacher, Shreffler is able to capture the mind of a teenager and put it to paper in a way that is interesting and genuine, while building a world of magic and mystery that is intriguing.

Readers rave about the fast pace and exciting twists of this book.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781478111306
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/22/2012
Pages: 172
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.37(d)

About the Author

For more info and and news about this author, visit http://bradshreffler.com

Brad Shreffler, 28, is an English teacher in Orlando, Florida with a passion for creative writing. He graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2008 with a degree in business administration, which is obviously working out real well for him since he is a teacher.

In November of 2011, he challenged his students to do NaNoWriMo, an online challenge to write a 50,000 word or greater novel in one month, for extra credit. In order to encourage them to complete the project, he took the challenge himself, and this is the work that was the result. While none of his students completed the challenge, he still looks forward to completing the sequel to this novel in November of this year.

This is Shreffler's first published work.

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Jack Wrimo and the Ori of Flames 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MRCROCCO More than 1 year ago
Good vs. Evil Jack Wrimo and the Ori of Flames is a book written for middle school students who enjoy reading adventures about someone their own age. Jack Wrimo is a fifteen year old teenager who is like most middle school students - just average. Brad Shreffler is well aware in order to excite teenagers to read his book, he has to create situations so Jack would not be just average anymore. That’s exactly what he does when Jack goes to “Flea Market Saturday” with his parents and two sisters. On this particular Saturday Jack wants to buy a pair of bookends. As he shops on his own - for the first time - he buys a pocketknife which he is not allowed to own. When his mother finds out about this, quite by accident, the consequence is being grounded for three weeks. What about the bookends? Does Jack end up finding a pair for his room? Oh yes, he sure does. And it’s these bookends that bring the story to life! They take Jack on quite an adventure and it changes his and his family’s lives forever. Jack has to step up from being just average and handle a lot of different challenges. He shares the good with Pharia, the Ori of Flame, in the good vs. evil. Bucan is the evil ‘being’ that is hard to figure out why he is so evil. There is a very dark and evil part in the book that is unpredictable. I won’t say any more about it so I don’t spoil it for readers. Jack Wrimo and the Ori of Flames is science fiction and Brad Shreffler includes all the genre’s story elements which are favorites of young teenagers. Jack’s challenges will keep teenagers engaged in the story as they route for him to fight evil. Although the book is short, I think it lags a bit after the middle of the story. I think a chapter or two could be condensed and still be a good read. As a former middle school teacher, I know we don’t want teenagers to have any reason to stop reading!