One for all you Fantasy fans out there! Dragon Boy and the Witches of Galza is a fantasy adventure for all ages that is getting great reviews around the blogosphere and I have one copy to giveaway to one lucky Tomes of the Soul reader (thanks to Jane Wesman PR).
All you have to do is comment on this post and say which you like more - dragons or fairies - then submit your entry via the Rafflecopter widget. That's right - no liking numerous pages and twitter feeds, just one comment. This giveaway is open to readers in the UK and US - for more T&Cs see the link on Rafflecopter.
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Below is a summary of Dragon Boy and the Witches of Galza: In a tiny village nestled between a haunted forest and a magic mountain, lives an old woodcutter named Aijou. Shunned by the other villagers, he mourns the death of his cherished wife and spends his lonely days going about his work in nearly total isolation. He never dreams that in a flash his life will change completely, and that his courage and strength will be profoundly tested.
It all begins innocently enough when Aijou loses his way in the enchanted forest. Desperately seeking the path back home, he suddenly encounters two tiny fairies engaged in battle with fire-breathing she-dragon. Against all odds, the fairies prevail and with its last breath, the dying dragon assumes her human form. She begs Aijou to adopt her baby boy. Aijou agrees not knowing that the infant is actually a dragon. From that moment on, Aijou¹s life will never be the same. Filled with determination, he tries to escape the haunted forest.
But in order to return home, Aijou must obtain permission from the evil Witches of Galza. With two fairy guides, Aijou and the dragon baby set off to find the wicked sisters. When they finally meet, the Witches offer Aijou a terrible bargain and he must decide whether he will accept.
If you can't wait for the giveaway, you can find out more and purchase the book from the following retailers:
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