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The Catastrophe of the Emerald Queen

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The Catastrophe of the Emerald Queen
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN/ASIN: B007GDUJK0
Number of pages: 360

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Eleven year old Sophie Roberts is in a coma in hospital following a car accident. When bored and curious eleven year old boy Jared Miller stumbles upon a monstrous assassin in her room, he and Sophie are saved only by the intervention of a warrior from the magical world of Alegria, a world linked to our own by Sophie and a world which is in dire peril as long as she remains in her coma.

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