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Ranger thinks he’s an ordinary 9th grader. Then he inherits a magic ax and learns he’s the new Guardian of the Forest, and, even more of a stunner, a demigod in training. Eons ago, another demigod, Gilgamesh--yes, THE Gilgamesh from The Epic of Gilgamesh--used the axe to clear the Forest, causing a Great Flood. Now, the evil king has returned to finish what he started. Wit ...more
Kindle Edition, 252 pages
Published October 9th 2018 by Wings Publishing
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Loved it! I hadn't heard of this author before, but glad I decided to read it. Has great characters and plot. Looking forward to a sequel to find out what happens next.
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Great, well written adventure story. Ranger Nader is a fun read with a good message. I definitely recommend this book.
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TITLE: RANGER NADER & THE SUNSTRUCK PHANTOM
AUTHOR: KAM KAREM
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‘A superbly plotted magical adventure, stylishly and flamboyantly written.’ The Wishing Shelf

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I do enjoy a good adventure story, even if it’s for children and not me, a 49 year old English lecturer. And – WONDERFUL NEWS! - this is a GOOD adventure story. Written in imaginative prose, the plot is well-constructed and full of exciting twists and turns. Not only that, the char
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My mother's family, the Karems, immigrated to the United States from Becharre, Lebanon in the early 1900s. In Becharre, theMyy, and the town's other inhabitants served as "Keepers of the Cedars of God" for generations. This famous grove was part of the tremendous forests that used to cover most of Lebanon. In the Epic of Gilgamesh, Gilgamesh seeks fame and glory by cutting down the cedar forest. I ...more

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