"Drawing on West African and Igbo history and mythology, Jamar J Perry has created a gripping and many layered fantasy adventure"
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The magic that inspires the headlong action of this cracking adventure is old and powerful. And its source is in a book which Cameron's grandmother keeps hidden in the attic. Despite Cameron having been told not to touch it he just cannot keep away. The Book is his last connection to his parents who have mysteriously vanished. Surely it holds the secret to where they have gone? When Cameron and his friends touch the book they are whisked away into a vivid adventure filled with a cast of thrillingly scary creatures. They are heading to the kingdom of Chidani, a place that was once fabled for its beauty but is now is in terrible danger. Can Cameron find the courage to be the super hero who can fulfil his destiny by protecting Chidani and saving the Igbo people who live there. Drawing on West African and Igbo history and mythology, Jamar J Perry has created a gripping and many layered fantasy adventure.
If you like magic, action and adventure this is the book for you. Featuring battles and magic there is something for everyone. I would recommend it to nine- to twelve-year-olds.
This story is set-in modern-day Atlanta were three friends get sucked into the magical world of Chidani, a country cut off from the world to protect the Igbo people. But the queen’s evil sister has stolen queen Ramaala's sacred gifts and it is up to the three friends to get them back. If you like magic, action and adventure this is the book for you. Featuring battles and magic there is something for everyone. I enjoyed this book because it had just the right amount of action, not leaving you longing for more action but also not overloading you with too much action. I liked the griffins and I thought they were very well described. If there was one thing, I would say it would be that I found some of the characters hard to believe and empathise with.
Cameron Battle is amazing, it has action, tragedy and fun.
Cameron Battle was amazing, it has action, tragedy and fun and I would recommend it to all the fantasy people out there. The Gods have the humour like the ones in Who Let the Gods Out and the Mmo were a bit like the orcs from Lord of the Rings. It was one of the most interesting books I've ever read.