It's bad enough that Moon Child is so different from other children that he's never been able to play with them, but then his father suddenly disappears into Nothingness on the night of his
eleventh birthday, leaving him alone with his mother in a village that doesn't allow single parents. Now, just before his twelfth birthday, his mother must follow the laws of the village,
marrying the only man available. And Moon Child has begun to have dreams again, terrible, yet wonderful dreams that are also against the laws of the village, dreams that must be kept secret from all others so that he
doesn't get banned forever.
Being of the night, like his animal friends, Moon Child discovers a beautiful white flower that blooms only by the light of the Moon and his entire life changes. He learns that the flower has magical properties and that he must
control that magic in order to defeat and entomb the Moon Thief.
But can he find out who the Moon Thief is in time? Can he imprison her, or him, before life and the Moon are changed forever?
Projector Books Publishing
Moon Thief is a 300 page coming of age book for readers 12 and up. Available in E-book or 6 X 9 paperback format from the publisher.
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