E. J. Carter Reply to on 1 September 2006
|This is a fabulous and intricate web of fantastic fantasy fiction interwoven with moral messages and mythical creatures. It is a tale of adventure, good and evil, literary adoration, underground worlds and above land intrigues. Imagination enough to feed Victoria Falls has been poured into this book, in its plot, characters, its worlds. The tome is illustrated beautifully by exquisite ink drawings showing not only the characters, aspects of the story, but also forming part of the story itself. The book plays with your imagination and with your senses. It is a delightful experience. When you get to the end of it, you only wish you had not yet read it at all, so that you could relive the experience all over again.
For those who like to let their imagination roam and are not afraid to venture down unchartered passages, pick up this book and slip inside.
To be enjoyed by older and younger alike.