T. L. Sanders's New Book "Prymzia: Ravager of the Sea" is an Adventure Spanning Time and Space, All in Search of a Fabled Hero Rumored to Be the Key to Saving the World.
Chicago, IL , April 27, 2017 (Newswire.com) - T. L. Sanders, a graduate of Kaskaskia College and of the Institute of Children’s Literature, has completed her most recent book “Prymzia: Ravager of the Sea”: a fanciful and intriguing tale of a young man who discovers an ancient secret and is plunged into a world of monsters and gifted personalities.
Sanders shares, “As a little girl, my father sat me down and taught me how to draw. I loved illustrated books, but I struggled with reading and became a reluctant reader. It wasn’t until I sought out books for my own children that I realized how enjoyable written stories were. After studying the art of writing for children and teens, I pursued several avenues to hone my skills, both as a writer and illustrator. In the process, I have sold short stories to Essential Skills, illustrations to a toy company for heirloom puzzles, and more.”
Published by Fulton Books, T. L. Sanders’s book transports a young adult reader to a fantastical place, long, long ago when an amazing gift was given to Prymzia. A gift that brought protection and extraordinary skills to the people. But sometimes what is meant for good can also cause great grief. For some wanted to use the gift for destruction and conquest. As evil descended upon the island, a mighty hero rose up to battle the beast. He prevailed against the monster, but not without great price. Many years pass, but whispers and shadows from the past yet emerge. And dark foes assemble to awaken the "Ravager of the Sea".
Moving forward in time to a quaint little fishing island, miles from the mainland. In this time many wealthy families have decided to build their beautiful mansions on the island. But the only house on Divine Island that drew fourteen-year-old Luke's attention was the mysterious Corrinsen mansion that sat on the cliff above his home.
Years ago the family that lived there disappeared. Luke's imagination conjured up many possible scenarios, until the mansion's caretaker gives him an old book. "Read it and tell me what you conclude. Is it truth or fiction," the old man says to him. The book of Carthia begins an adventure, which propels Luke and his brother into an underwater odyssey and lands them on the mystical island of Prymzia.
Prymzia...what's Prymzia? An old sailor's tale? How is it connected to Divine Island? And what does it have to do with Luke?
Readers who wish to experience this thrilling work can purchase “Prymzia: Ravager of the Sea” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books