As this tale unfolds and your mind leaves the humdrum drone of everyday life, you will find yourself wandering along a familiar path, where mysterious characters lurk around each bend, where certain danger lingers in every shadow. Indeed, you know this path well—for this is the road to adventure, and you, my young dreamer, have traveled it before.
Perhaps you have found yourself hiding behind the long beard of an ancient wizard as he weaves his magic against the fire of a ferocious dragon. Or perhaps you have crept behind the tattered cape of a brave explorer, through the bone-biting shadows of a dark dungeon, seeking escape from monstrous fiends. Perhaps you have even found yourself amidst the roar and rumble of a mighty battle, dodging claws and talons, fists and feet.
If your imagination has taken you to such places, then you know that no adventure happens without a long journey. We do not find ourselves thrust immediately against the dragon, or suddenly lost in the dungeon maze, or so quickly catapulted into the roar of battle. Indeed, we must begin with that first step upon adventure’s path. We must trek through places strange and unknown. The journey, as you know, is sometimes as important as the final destination.
Midwest Book Review
In his legendary way, author and illustrator, Lee Edward Fodi, flawlessly mixes magic, monsters and mystery for his readers. Mythic archetypes, hair-raising action and humor. Tthis family friendly series is filled with thought provoking issues will entertain readers of all ages.
All the books in the series are really good. The first one stands out because it s the first one. The Crack in Kazah is now our next favourite in the series. There are so many twists and ideas; you just don t know where the book is going to go next.