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- Thomas the Rhymer by Paul Andruss
Reblogged this on anita dawes and jaye marie. I agree with you wholeheartedly Colleen. Paul has a terrific gift for writing. He so deserves five stars. I so loved his creativity in defining the lineage of the Fey. Who would have thought? I love his historical writings, too.
Colleen, I am incredibly touched by this lovely heartfelt review. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Paul, you are so welcome. Will you be writing another book in this series? Dear Colleen, there are 2 sequels written. I am editing Thomas at present as over the past few years I have become technicaly stronger. Then will start editing the 2nd and 3 books the daughters of Albion and the Thirteenth Treasure. The Daughters of Albion centre around the idea of a mystical link passed down mothe to daughter. The Thirteenth treasure is based on Ancient British mythology. According to the ancient triads of Britain there were 12 sacred treasures that held the spirit of the land.
The thirteenth treasure is the one that holds a lthe scattered treasures together. I cannot tell you what is is but suffice to say it will come as a massive shock when you read it. I am hoping Daughters will be ready Late January and 13th Treasure will follow soon after. There is a taster of the upcoming books here http: I will be happy to help promote these books too.
I loved this book. All my scheduled posts are a mess. It is one heck of a review Debby and one I am incredibly proud of. And I am very toucheed you like my stuff too.
Thomas the Rhymer (Jack Hughes Trilogy)
What a delightful review, Colleen. Paul is a wonderful writer and I enjoy his knowledge and humor. I love books where the fact and fiction are hard to tell apart. Thanks for the recommendation!
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The book is so reasonably priced. Colleen I cannot thank you enough Pxxx Like Liked by 1 person. Please head over and read… Like Liked by 4 people. Thanks so much for sharing, Sally. Pxx Like Liked by 2 people. Only too pleased to share Paul.. XXX Like Liked by 1 person.
Book Reviews, Article Resources, News. This was such a pleasure to read! You two are stars. Px Like Liked by 1 person. Our pleasure, really… XX Like Liked by 1 person. Colleen, thank you for that massive compliment as well as all the others. Pxx Like Liked by 1 person. Awww Brigid, you sweetheart. Jacquie, this was pure brilliance! I would think you would enjoy it as much as I did.
Px Like Liked by 2 people. Paul Like Liked by 1 person. Thank you Colleen that is lovely, Good luck with your own new novel. I thought that editor change was NOv. What would you think if I told you there were a group of people who kidnapped kids and brought them up as their own?
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- Thomas the Rhymer: Jack Hughes Trilogy Book 1 – Colleen Chesebro ~ The Faery Whisperer?
They call themselves the Elfin. We call them fairies. Unable to tell his parents, Jack is shocked to discover they prefer to believe Dan ran away. After dreaming about Dan, lost in a magical place where nothing is real, Jack attracts the unwelcome attentions of a bizarre tramp, the enigmatic Thomas the Rhymer. Pursued by Thomas, Jack and his friends, stumble into the fairy realm.
A world ruled by powerful, yet vulnerable, fairy queens, who struggle in the face of technology, to save their people from an ancient foe. Discover more at http: Kindle Edition , pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Thomas the Rhymer , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Sep 12, Brigid Gallagher rated it it was amazing. Jack Hughes witnesses the abduction of his brother Dan by the wicked fairy Sylvie. Nightmares and visions of a mysterious tramp take over his reality and he becomes torn about sharing the truth behind his brothers disappearance.
Catherine, Ken and Ken's mystical mother Rosie become his confidantes and join Jack in searching for clues on breaking the wicked faeries hold over his brother. The tramp's true identity soon unfolds when the team offer him food and shelter; he is Thomas the Rhymer, Princ Jack Hughes witnesses the abduction of his brother Dan by the wicked fairy Sylvie.
The tramp's true identity soon unfolds when the team offer him food and shelter; he is Thomas the Rhymer, Prince of Elphane, who speaks in rhyme: He wasn't there again today. We meet the mysterious Horatio Grin and Agnes Day, whose sister Poppy was also abducted by the faeries.
But can they be trusted? And can Jack and his friends find his brother and bring him safely back home? This book is both clever and well written, and will appeal to both young and old. Mar 26, Sally Cronin added it.
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After 60 odd years of reading it is easy to get into bad habits. By this I mean sticking to the tried and tested with regard to genres and authors. This is not healthy when you are a writer yourself, as I have discovered when reading Thomas the Rhymer by Paul Andruss. K Rowling when it was released. I fe After 60 odd years of reading it is easy to get into bad habits. I felt excluded from the millions who did and usually keep my silence in the face of fans.
However, Thomas the Rhymer had me hooked from page one and continued to keep me engaged the entire pages. This is an ensemble piece with a cast of characters that would be happy in starring roles in Alice in Wonderland or any Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale. Jack Hughes, Ken, Catherine and the delightful Rosie, along with Thomas with his foot in this world and that of the Fairies; draw you into their inner circle and hold you fast. Each of these wonderfully drawn characters face challenges in their past or present that make them feel isolated until they join forces to protect the most vulnerable amongst them and bring a brother home.
The story will challenge your beliefs in spectacular fashion. Is there another world or worlds running parallel with ours, are fairies sweet and delicate creatures or demons; is that tramp outside the Post Office real or an illusion? As you travel with Jack, Ken and Catherine on their quest, hurtling along ley lines and battling fantastic monsters and evil temptresses, you will find your heart beating a little bit faster. And probably checking under your bed at night! The scenes set in London that criss cross centuries are filled with historical facts distorted with fairy dust.
Next time you are in the city and walking the streets you will be looking into dark doorways and wondering if behind that old oak door with chipped paint lies a nest of elfin waiting to rob you of your senses. The writing is superb with wit, humour and an edge that turns this from a children's fairy story into a multi-generational adventurous fantasy that I believe knocks Harry Potter into a cocked hat!
There are more books to come in the Jack Hughes series and I would love to see the movies.
Thomas the Rhymer by Paul Andruss
Challenge you senses and pick up a copy today. Nov 11, Colleen M. Chesebro rated it it was amazing Shelves: I stumbled across this book one day while reading a historical piece written by the author. He had included an image of this book cover at the bottom of his article which immediately drew my attention. This author often writes long historical dissertations so I wasn't sure what to expect.
I took a chance and purchased the Kindle edition. What a delightful surprise! I couldn't put the book down! What I found was a fantastic story about one of my favorite subjects, faeries! Not only was it geared t I stumbled across this book one day while reading a historical piece written by the author. Not only was it geared to the YA genre, but it also included a fair amount of historical fact to make the story shine.
When Jack's older brother Dan is abducted before his very eyes, he is stunned by the mysterious circumstances of his disappearance. The fact that Jack witnessed the strange abduction and doesn't tell his parents only adds to his troubles. One night, Jack starts receiving cell phone calls from Dan, and when he answers, there's no one on the line. He tries to tell his parents and the police the truth about what happened, but every time he opens his mouth to speak, his throat closes up and he is unable to utter a single word.
In the meantime, Jack starts seeing a dirty tramp hanging around his house who only speaks in rhyme. It becomes apparent that no one can see the tramp but Jack, so he enlists the help of his friends to help him solve the mystery behind his brother's disappearance. Jack and his friends are thrust into the magical world of the fey where the kids experience the light and the dark, of a failing faery kingdom.