Bran Hambric the Farfield Curse - Kaleb Nation Reviews
Description:ISBN 1402218575 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Kaleb Nation / Hardcover / Reading Level: Ages 9-12 / 464 Pages / Book is published 2009-09-01 by Sourcebooks, Inc
Newest Review: ... a pleasure to read. There are so many twists and turns that give the book a real energy that, as the reader, you can't help ... more
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Synopsis: The first in the series, Bran Hambric follows the story of a young boy of six who is found within the walls of a locked bank vault with no memory of how he got there, or in fact of anything in his past. Living in a city where the art of magic is illegal, he discovers that his mother (whom he cannot remember) created a deadly curse and a curse that revolves around him. Thoughts / Opinions: Bran Hambric has a well-crafted plot, with excitement and action present throughout, giving a positive vibe to a novel with its basis grounded within fantasy - Nation writes with a talent that is hard to find, bringing together humour and creativity at ... Read the complete review
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