“Not since Riorden’s Percy Jackson series have I found young adult literature so engaging. Pelts has skillfully blended the sheer wonder of Harry Potter with the terrific tales of Treasure Island.” – Amazon Verified Reviewer.
Available until Dec. 27th for just $0.99 (£0.99 in the UK) for the eBook version, get in on the early buzz for this recent launch and embark on a non-stop adventure-packed ride as Robin discovers his inheritance of a house on the mythical English island of Corentin and ends up spending his summer chasing a fantastical pirate mystery in this massively engaging page-turner.
Robin hadn’t foreseen pirates playing any part in his upcoming school holidays whatsoever. But then again neither had he expected to find a secret treasure map, uncover a dinosaur fossil, sight a legendary lake monster, or make three fantastic new friends. That though is exactly what happened…
You’ll have it read before the holiday season is even nearly over!
Targeted Age Group: 9-15
Book Price: 0.99
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About the Author:
Originally from Oxford, England, J. B. Pelts lives in Atlanta GA with his wife, one-year-old triplets, and two rescue dogs. A 17 year veteran within the Marketing Research Analytics community, he grew up on stories of wonder and adventure that dragged him into wanting to become a part of the tales themselves – stories that could truly exist in our world, if only he could find the way to get there.
From Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island to Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe, the lure of an exotic mysterious island just waiting to be explored filled his head with imagination, and it was from these seeds that Corentin was born. With its old Breton heritage and location in the Atlantic Ocean off of the south-west tip of England, beyond the Scilly Isles, it became an island where adventure reigned, where castle ruins and derelict stone towers are interspersed with chocolate factories and 7-story toy stores, and where a boy from middle England could spend the most exiting summers of his life.
Transferring the tale to print of how Robin Pembroke stumbles by chance onto Corentin has been a labor of love, and with it Robin Pembroke: Pirates & Winged Horses becomes J. B. Pelts’ first published novel.