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Oliver's Quest by Clark Mitchell


In Print


Oliver is a purple octopus that encounters many adventures and misadventures on his heroic oceanic journey to save the world. Having never travelled outside the reef enclosing Gibbous Bay, Oliver now has to travel across the ocean on a magic quest. Not only is he challenged by his own internal struggles, but he must overcome sea creatures intent on seeing him and his quest fail. He shows the reader that no matter how you see yourself, or how you are seen by others that anyone can overcome adversity. By persevering and never giving up, Oliver proves dreams can come true!

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The Dragon Garden by Koos Verkaik

King Clover and his sons are at their at their wit’s end. An enormous army is coming up towards Cloverland! Francis Fray the First is determined to conquer Cloverland…

This is a disaster! What has to happen now?

Of course little Alex comes up with a plan.

Together with his best friend, Ludo the wolpertinger, he goes back to the mysterious Downhills to collect a great number of dangerous monsters and dragons! 

Castle Robber’s Nest is changed into a gigantic dragon garden!

Will Alex be able to give King Francis Fray and his army of giants the fright of their life?

Just imagine… dragons higher than the highest tower of a castle, ugly monsters the size of a barn… Who wouldn’t take flight for such a terrifying pack of creatures?

Together with the wolpertinger, brave Alex solves all problems again…

Darkling 2: The Dragon and The Prince by J.R. Kennedy

Raemon has been betrayed. His entire life he had been told that a demon had been placed inside him by the gods; that he was meant to live a life of austerity and confinement, so that the demon could never break free.

It was all a lie. Now he knows that his family is in danger. 

Back at Heartstone, where all of his family has been imprisoned, the Brotherhood of the Gate are keeping watch. What they want from the Repentors, Raemon doesn't know. He only knows they are in danger.

With Raemon gone, his companion Prince Erland is lost. Alone in the northern kingdom of Belak, knowing if he returns home, he will be killed, Erland decides to remain in the north. That decision changes, when he is kidnapped by the women who were sent to kill him.


Erland laughed caustically. “You would say that, you’ve killed for gold, haven’t you? Money is not a cause, it’s a result.”

Shadows eyes narrowed briefly.

“What, then?” she asked. That Erland no longer feared them was a little surprising, but they had already told him that they were not going to kill him. What was more perplexing was the familiarity with which he spoke.

Erland mimicked her, narrowing his eyes, then smiled, “Selfishness. People want to have things that other people don’t possess. It’s part of our nature. Everyone wants to be better than everyone else. I can accept that from people. What I cannot accept is the selfishness of a god.” Erland turned away. 
“Kill me now. Get paid.” Erland said miserably.

“Terra was never selfish.” Shadow said angrily, stepping closer.

“You weren’t there!” Erland raised his voice menacingly.

“She told us what she told you. I didn’t hear a thing that could be called selfish. She was afraid, yes, but not selfish.”

Erland picked up a stone and threw it at Mirror. Mirror caught it and threw it back. Erland ducked the projectile.

“Action and reaction!” He laughed, his eyes rolling back, “We may never understand it, but everything’s connected. I throw a stone, I make you mad. There’s that word again!” The unhealthy laughter continued. “A god refused to help me. My reaction? I wish I were dead.”

“She didn’t refuse to help you, she asked you to help her!” Shadow’s brow knit with confusion as her voice raise in anger.

“You didn’t ask her for anything.” Mirror added.

Erland’s laugh trailed away. “She told me that I wasn’t insane.”

“And that’s somehow a bad thing?”

“She lied,” Erland spat. “She wouldn’t fix what’s wrong with me.”