Crystal Picnic Adventures

John Bardinelli
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Ants have stolen the kingdom's crystals! Oh, and there's maybe a super evil presence controlling the ants from afar.

This morning Egbert and Frogbert didn't even know the crystals existed. Now they're about to uncover an ancient secret that involves a mysterious figure who hasn't been seen in over 8,000 years. Looks like they'll have to finish their gardening work a little later.

An army of ants bursts from below the castle carrying loads of shiny blue gems. Egbert and Frogbert head out to investigate, leading them on a journey that spans the entire kingdom. They'll do whatever it takes to uncover the secret behind the crystals, even if they have to deal with the crazy ant queen and the voices in her head.

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About the author

John Bardinelli is a writer and author currently living in a house by a street. His works include scripts and storylines for video games, short stories, and two new fiction novels currently on their way to publication.

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John Bardinelli
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Published on
Dec 9, 2014
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Pages
220
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ISBN
9781311758538
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / General
Fiction / Humorous
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