The Tides of Avarice: A Sagaria Legend

The Tides of Avarice: A Sagaria Legend

by John Dahlgren

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Overview

BLIMEY! It’s something all pirates are taught when they’re very young, but too many forget: never get on the wrong side of a librarian. Especially if the librarian is a lemming! The bookish Sylvester Lemmington simply wants to hunt down the facts. Everyone else just seem more interested in hunting down Sylvester. Especially so, after he becomes the accidental owner of the most sought-after treasure map of all time. Now, Sylvester must deal with the humdrum of pirate life – voodoo magic, cannibals, lethal carnivores, mutinies and magical treasures. ‘The Tides of Avarice is a Treasure Island meets Redwall romp and just too darn much fun to put down’ —Foreword Reviews ‘The book reminded me of Terry Pratchett and I couldn’t help chuckling as I read’ —Madhouse Family Reviews ‘It is constantly inventive, full of edge-of-the-seat excitement and did I mention that it is also hilariously funny?’ —John Grant, Hugo and World Fantasy Award Winning author

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9782970120117
Publisher: JOHN DAHLGREN
Publication date: 06/25/2018
Sold by: LULU PRESS
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

John Dahlgren, a psychologist and a member of the Swiss Psychologist Federation, has been working as a marketing director for a pharmaceutical company in Switzerland since 1998. Born in Stockholm, Sweden, he grew up close to the vast and untamed landscapes of Scandinavia, and was influenced from an early age by Nordic sagas, fairy tales and mythologies. This environment fired his imagination and later inspired him to become a fiction writer. He has studied creative and fiction writing at Oxford University, where he earned high praise for his work. Currently engaged in several book projects for both younger readers and adults, he lives in Neuchâtel, Switzerland, with his wife and two children.

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