The Long-Lost Troll

The Long-Lost Troll

by Barry Scott Will, Ashton Will

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Overview

Betty Sterling is a common thug with a chip on his shoulder--not surprising since his name is "Beatrice." When Betty is sent to shut down a potions ring, he ends up traveling to the Troll homeland and comes face-to-gaping maw with a dragon. And that's only the beginning! Join Betty, Lilahh, Jewels, Sam, and others as they get to the bottom of a hostile takeover unlike any that has been tried before.

Imagine a world where magic is as common as brushing your teeth. Levitating "?oaters" travel city streets and high-rise buildings employ spell-casters to levitate people up on specially-designed lifts. Wand-slingers and mind-readers abound and humans rub shoulders with tiny elves and massive ogres. Watch your back, guard your mind, and never forget to keep your wand in its sheath.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158710988
Publisher: Valutivity Press
Publication date: 10/26/2017
Series: Betty Sterling , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 225
File size: 9 MB

About the Author

Barry Scott Will (Author)
Since 2005, Barry Scott Will has written 20 strategy guides for video games across a wide range of genres. His guides have sold several thousand copies and generated more than ten million hits on Web sites such as GameFAQs. His guides have received high praise from readers and won several awards. “The Long-Lost Troll” is his second novel set in a new type of fantasy world, one where using magic is as common as brushing your teeth. Barry currently resides in Virginia with his wife, three children, and ten video game systems.

Ashton Will (Illustrator)
Besides illustrations for The Long-Lost Troll, Ashton was the cover designer for A Fine Basket of Fish in 2013. His graphic designs are featured for the 2017-2018 season for the Lee-Davis Players. In 2016-2017, his artworks were exhibited in the Lee-Davis High School Art Show. A still life was displayed in the Hanover County Public Schools Superintendent’s office. He has won nearly a dozen awards in the PTA Reflections contest through the years, most recently earning a state-level Award of Merit for Film Production in 2015. His art education began at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts when he was 3 years old; more recently, Cheryl Dillard has been a key mentor. He has also taken a course at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He plans to major in Communication Arts or Illustration with a focus on character design and graphic novelism.

On weekend evenings, Ashton hangs out with his friends in Advance College Academy—in person or via Twitch. He sings and dances in a show choir called Madz, does tech for the Lee-Davis Players and enjoys the Board Games Club.

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