Cover Reveal: September 24, 2015
Genre: Middle Grade Paranormal Adventure Novel
Publisher: Finerose Publishing
Date of Publication: October 1, 2015
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“Have you ever seen a princess take a bath?” Gimbo asked Peter. Peter shook his head.
“Ah,” Gimbo said, “then I’ll take you to the river. I know a spot where we can hide in the bush and watch her.”
“How old is she?” Peter asked. “And who is she?”
Gimbo smiled teasingly. “You’ll see her when you see her. I’ll take you there tomorrow.”
MIDDLE GRADE FICTION: The amazing adventures of three would-be adventurers and their quest to find a mysterious princess. THE LIVING When engineers start to build roads in Luhonono, strange things begin to happen. Ancient spirit legends start speaking to thirteen year old Magdalene sending her and her two companions, Peter and Gimbo on a mysterious mission. They soon discover that everything in Luhonono is not what it seems to be. The actions of an evil witchdoctor—‘Moja’ sets them on a course to find the Legend of the East Road. THE UNSEEN At the beginning of time, the ancient ancestors of Luhonono combined their souls to sprout a giant Baobab. Within its roots they placed a spirit mirror to separate the living from the dead. For centuries this power had been protected by M’tuna “The Gatekeeper” but now, the building of a new crossroad junction at the tree, causes upheaval and weakens M’tuna’s powers. Moja intends to take advantage, and turn the spirit mirror upside. His ritual will release an army of demons to help him take control and rule Luhonono. THE TEAM Magdalene, Peter and Gimbo start off on an innocent quest to find a princess only to discover a place of ancient dreaming, ritual and lurking evil. To save the village Magdalene, Peter and Gimbo must search for the animal legends that will help them overthrow the evil witchdoctor and kill his conjured demons.
Hamilton Hill is an independent West Australian writer, philanthropist and fundraiser for good causes.
An ardent traveller he has visited over 453 cities in 51 countries and lived in 17 of those cities in 5 different countries.
He specializes in writing novels set in the places that he has been and about the things that he has seen. All of his writings, including The Roads Of Luhonono are fiction based on fact.