Lord of the Rings meets Narnia

Check the bottom of this post for the giveaway!

I haven’t promoted a book in quite a while, and I actually read this one a few months ago. Moxie is a young adult fantasy that brings back nostalgic memories of reading Narnia and Lord of the Rings as a child. I loved the book so much I couldn’t hardly put it down and am pressuring the author to get on to the next one! My good friend SC Sherman wrote this book, and I highly recommend it if you’re looking for a good fantasy adventure!

Here is a description of the book that I stole from his website:

The only adventures Moxie Malekin ever had were found in the pages of good books where she discovered worlds of intrigue, danger, and love. These stories were the exact opposite of her real life. There, she simply wished to fit in and be a normal girl. But no such luck! Her mother died when she was young, and her father’s job as a university professor kept them ever on the move. Moxie always felt like the new girl, an outsider.

But in one single moment, everything she ever knew changed forever. Her father—in his obsessed search for the lost city Atlantis—had gone missing! The life she’d known lay shattered at her feet—and for what? A silly obsession with lost worlds and false realities! Now she was being shipped off to distant relatives in England. Moxie had no idea what adventures lay in wait for her across the sea.

Moxie is a gripping story for young adults that begins on a journey across continents and on into other worlds. Hang on to your hat and buckle up—because where you’re going the strangest of things can happen at any minute. Animals may talk, and horses may fly. Elves will slay dragons, and a sorcerer will conjure up madness. And one unlikely young man will rise up to take his place as king, restoring peace to a broken nation—all because of a girl named Moxie.

Go purchase the book here, or I’ll draw from the comments to send a copy of it to you if you:

1) Tweet or post on Facebook about this post.

2) Leave a comment on this post. Don’t forget to include your email in the comment!

3) I’ll draw the winner on the evening of Monday October 3rd.

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6 thoughts on “Lord of the Rings meets Narnia

  1. How could no one want a free book?!?!?! This sound like a very intriguing book! Love fantasy! LOTR and Narnia are among my top 10 favorite book series so when I saw this post, I had to check it out!!! So glad to see you’re going so well Adam!!!!

  2. I personally think it is a great book! LOL. I might be a little biased! I wrote it for my daughter, who learned to read on the Narnia series! I will offer to personally sign the book to whoever wins it! Adam make sure you let me sign it before shipping it. S.C. Sherman.

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