Author: Jody Slyman
ISBN 978-1-60264-394-9 (softcover)
When a book study group waits for the next meeting to start, they look at the unknown fairytale story the teacher brought to the meeting. Everyone there reads the inscription on the first page while waiting for the other students.
Once the inscription is read, a storm knocks out the electricity. The group makes their way out of the pitch black school. When the group leaves the school, they find themselves in a strange place. The group quickly realizes that they have entered the fairytale story.
With help from characters in the story, the group is told that they must travel to the castle of the evil Queen to find the portal that will take them home. The group also discovers that a battle for control of the Kingdom is coming between the Prince and the evil Queen. The group finds out that the evil Queen has sent two dark riders to bring the kids back to her so she can use the magic she can get from the two young kids to help her defeat the Prince.
While the group travels the fairytale land, the Prince moves his army into position to battle the evil Queen.
Jody Slyman was born in Heildelberg, Germany on May 31st, 1973. He grew up in Joplin, Missouri. He lived in Kansas City, Missouri while attending DeVry Institute of Technology where he graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in Computer Information Systems in 1994. Then he spent four years in Bentonville, Arkansas as a UNIX Systems Administrator for Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
A year after leaving Wal-Mart, he joined the United States Marine Corps in March 2000. He served as an infantry Marine and clerk for Kilo Company, 3rd Battalion 8th Marines out of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. During his four years in the Marine Corps, he attained the rank of sergeant and was deployed in support of numerous operations. After his time on active duty, he lived and worked in Miami, Oklahoma for two years.
Jody has also written "Quest For The Dragon's Eye" (2004), "Silent Knight" (2006) and "Bloodline Of A Serial Killer" (2007). He now resides in Lubbock, Texas.
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