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The Fight for Magicallus by Barbara Venkataraman - Guest Blogger Book Review


Synopsis

While experimenting with a magic wand, two young brothers are pulled into a computer game called: The Fight for Magicallus. In the land of Magicallus, they encounter goblins and knights who are on the brink of war because their ruler has mysteriously disappeared, and the knights blame the goblins! The boys learn of a frightening prophecy that foretells the end of Magicallus. They must find an ancient book hidden in a dragon’s lair before the prophecy comes to pass and they are all destroyed...

Can the boys find their way home? Will the knights and goblins go to war? Or will the dragon destroy them all? With both humor and suspense, this story pulls you in and doesn't let go.

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Jennifer's Review
The Fight for Magicallus is a good book about two brothers who are fighting over a computer.
One brother (Josh) is hogging it, so the other brother (Scott) takes out a magic wand and says a few words, and next thing he knows, Josh is gone. 
As he looks around, he sees Josh in the computer game fighting a dragon. Scott takes over the game, helps Josh defeat the dragon, then wishes himself into the game to try and rescue his brother with help from a goblin and some characters in the game. 
Do they get out of the game, or will they be trapped with no way out? 
3 stars.

Author Bio
Award-winning author Barbara Venkataraman is an attorney and mediator specializing in family law. Her works include: "The Fight for Magicallus", a children's fantasy; "If you'd Just Listened to Me in the First Place", a humorous short story; and three books of humorous essays: "I'm Not Talking about You, Of Course," "A Trip to the Hardware Store & Other Calamities," and "A Smidge of Crazy", from her series, "Quirky Essays for Quirky People."

Her Jamie Quinn cozy mystery series includes: "Death by Didgeridoo", "The Case of the Killer Divorce", "Peril in the Park", "Engaged in Danger" and "Jeopardy in July".
Her newest book has just been released: "Accidental Activist: Justice for the Groveland Four", a memoir she co-authored with her son about lessons he learned while working to exonerate four men falsely convicted of a terrible crime in the Jim Crow South. All of her books are available on Amazon Kindle.

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