The Silver Bullet by K Day
Tour of the Universe

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This is an adventure of a little boy, Ben and the classic car he admires. Having visited a classic car museum with his parents and sister, he cannot take his eyes off the car that he is not allowed to touch. He sneaks in and starts playing with the controls when nobody is looking. Thus the boy and the car go for a magic ride and the unforgettable adventure in an imaginary place of another dimension. Ben and the car go places and meet people that they would have never met otherwise. They communicate with them and they make new friends. Ben meets another little boy and a girl in his travels. He goes through a lot of trouble, he has to fight and save the girl. Ben learns how to be courageous, how to help his friends. The story is full of tricks that the boys pull to get to the places where they are not allowed outsmarting the people who are in their way. The magic car is always there to help them out with tips. Thus they achieve their goal; they save the little girl and right the wrong. Having done all that, Ben returns to his parents and his home life much wiser, stronger and braver; and with the fascinating experience, the secret that will follow him the rest of his life. This is a children's story for about 9 year olds and above. However, adults can read into this even further because of the allegories that are woven in the story and make their own conclusions. It goes deeper than a children's adventure story. This is an adventure in the world we live in. It makes easy and fascinating reading for all ages.
 

About K Day

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K Day has got a number of poems published in various anthologies and a couple of collection of poems. Born in Georgia and currently resides in the UK. Enjoys the evenings in the book club and poetry readings. Loves adventure and that is what the book: The Silver Bullet, Tour of the Universe is all about. Although it is an entertaining children's story, it has got much more to say if adults read into it.  
 
Published May 18, 2010 by AuthorHouse UK. 120 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment, Horror, Children's Books, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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