The Four Magical Powers by Salyka Sally Phanthip

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This lack of focus makes it difficult for readers to invest in the outcome, as they haven't formed any real attachments to the characters.
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When my nieces and nephews were younger, they used to ask me to read them a bed time story, and when the book had ended, they still wanted more so I would make up some stories of my own and they would be in the stories of course. When they heard their names in the stories their little faces lit up like Christmas trees and when I saw their little faces smiling I knew that someday I would be writing my own book. So if it were not for my nieces and nephews I probably never would have written this book and also I wanted to leave behind a special gift for all my nieces and nephews. Since I do not have any children of my own, I am truly blessed to have all of them in my life. They are my inspiration and my muses. So if you like to read fantasy or action and adventure stories or watch sci-fi movies with heroes, heroines, monsters and mystical creatures, you will love The Four Magical Powers. In this book you will encounter a treacherous three-horned creature, a jealous King, an evil wizard and a battle between families. You will meet four gifted girls, a courageous family and some friendly elves. You will travel into an unknown forest filled with unique creatures and not so unique, climb the dangerous mountain, overcome many obstacles and along the way you will also make many loyal friends and some not so loyal. And we will see a great struggle between the powers of Light and the powers of Darkness. So are you ready to enter into the journey of enchantment? Meet some courageous girls and follow them through their journey. Then ready yourself, grab your sword, staff and shield because within these pages are magical things await for you. It is time to take another journey into the world that has never been explored.
 

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Published March 19, 2013 by Trafford Publishing. 202 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Various on Jun 19 2013

This lack of focus makes it difficult for readers to invest in the outcome, as they haven't formed any real attachments to the characters.

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