Rock Haulter

Rock Haulter

by Stephen Hayes

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Overview

The second instalment in the Magic Crystals series, immediately following the events of ‘The Seventh Sorcerer'.

The original villain is back, only this time he is on a different mission, taking orders from the evil and cunning Hammerson Sorcerers, and his path will intersect those of John Playman and his friends on Rock Haulter.

A desperate race must ensue, Moran and the powers of the Hammersons against the Chopville teens. The prize will be the most powerful of all the Magic Crystals and a control over the balance of life, but such extraordinary power is heavily protected. There is no guarantee that all will live to see the end.

The danger faced this week will be greater than anything faced in 'The Seventh Sorcerer', but that won't stop the teens from having a good time, as only teenagers can. But beneath all that, a far more serious situation is simmering.

It is only those closest to the Sorcerers who understand how delicate the peace between the Woodwards and Hammersons is, and how quickly that could change.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016305042
Publisher: Stephen Hayes
Publication date: 02/03/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Stephen Hayes lives and writes in Melbourne, Australia. Having been born partially blind in 1986 and lost his limited vision in 2000, he started writing stories at the age of eight, winning the Harold Dickinson Memorial Australian Literary Competition for a short story about a haunted house at the age of eleven. He completed his first novella in Braille at fourteen and by sixteen, had completed the first draft of 'The Seventh Sorcerer'.

Since 2002, Hayes has allowed his imagination to run wild with The Magic Crystals saga; sometimes pushing boundaries that today's somewhat moral society deem to sweep under the carpet. Although classified as fantasy genre due mainly to the prominent magic component, Hayes's writing also includes a good balance of drama, mystery, romance, humour, and he isn't afraid to address controversial moral issues.

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