Portals: Child of the Scroll

IndieGo Publishing

For centuries, Master Wizard Trebb and the wizards of light have saved humans from utter annihilation, but time is running out in their struggle against darkness. The ancient scrolls prophesy that a champion will arise to defeat Verdex and his legions of dark wizards. Trebb discovers that this champion is an eighteen-year-old girl named Lissa. He rallies the wizards of light to support her, and they must travel through time to historic sites in the Bronx to release Lissa from Verdex’s grasp and hold back the tide of chaos he has unleashed.
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About the author

David Goldwasser spent most of his career as a teacher and a nurse. In 2004, he founded a charity called The Marisa Fund in memory of his daughter, whose death in 2003 sparked the need to do something to eradicate pediatric cancer. David donates a portion of all book sales to support this effort. The Marisa Fund works tirelessly to raise funds for research, to find a cure, and to provide financial support for children with cancer and their families. For more information, please visit marisafund.org. David shares life with his beautiful partner Bobbi and a very articulate dog named Buster. They can be found in a portal in upstate New York.

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IndieGo Publishing
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Published on
Jan 23, 2014
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Fiction / Fantasy / General
Fiction / Fantasy / Historical
Fiction / Science Fiction / Time Travel
Juvenile Fiction / Action & Adventure / General
Juvenile Fiction / Fantasy & Magic
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