Amanda Moonstone: The Missing Prince

Amanda Moonstone The Missing Prince One mistake can haunt a person forever and no one knows that than Amanda Moonstone In a time when people shun and fear magic Amanda chooses to practice it Her powers stem from the Dragon gems mysteri

  • Title: Amanda Moonstone: The Missing Prince
  • Author: Dan Wright
  • ISBN: 9781310114496
  • Page: 446
  • Format: ebook
  • One mistake can haunt a person forever and no one knows that than Amanda Moonstone In a time when people shun and fear magic, Amanda chooses to practice it Her powers stem from the Dragon gems mysterious jewels that allow her to manipulate and wield various elements And one of them the Blood gem is the most powerful of them all and comes with a high price.After losOne mistake can haunt a person forever and no one knows that than Amanda Moonstone In a time when people shun and fear magic, Amanda chooses to practice it Her powers stem from the Dragon gems mysterious jewels that allow her to manipulate and wield various elements And one of them the Blood gem is the most powerful of them all and comes with a high price.After losing everything, Amanda stumbles across a lost boy, who happens to be a Prince, of whom there is a large reward for his safe return His reward will solve everything But will it Or is there to life than just magic and money

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    1. Amanda Moonstone: The Missing Prince is such a fun read! It's filled with action, magic, lovable heroes and memorable villains I've come to expect from Dan Wright, whose adult novels I've been a fan of for some time. This story, however, is most appropriate for the older elementary and middle school crowd. The book centers around Amanda Moonstone, a young sorceress with quite a sad recent past. She lost a baby, and went a bit mad. Her fiance left her, and now she's struggling to make ends meet b [...]

    2. Dan Wright asked me to read his fantasy novel, "Amanda Moonstone book 1: The Missing Prince". It is set in the same verse as his Draconica series but focuses in another country with an original cast. I have read three of those novels (You can read my review for the first one here). This one is about a sorcerers that becomes entangled with a succession struggle involving the royal family of Celtland. I will examine Plot, Characters, and Polish before assigning a grade. PLOTAt the highest level, w [...]

    3. Now, as a note; Mr. Dan Wright is a good friend of mine and we have worked together for author events before. However, I was drawn to this story even if Dan was as villainous as the king he crafted in this tale. The cover is vibrate and really gave me a feel for the characters that I would encounter in these pages and boy; did I want to meet them!I was not disappointed.Amanda is sassy, awkward with kindness although she has it in her heart. She is skilled and determined in her craft, but sometim [...]

    4. As the first book of Dan Wright's new series, Amanda Moonstone and the Missing Prince targets young readers with its interesting take on Disney Pixar concepts. Smoothly transitioning from scene to scene, it is well-written and the narration has a softer and smoother quality compared to the Draconica series. Cleverly employing different emotions, this book touches the hearts of both young and old.Seeking to overcome her dark past, strong-willed Amanda tries to survive her day to day life through [...]

    5. >Book Review – Amanda Moonstone, The Missing Prince – >This is the first book in the Amanda Moonstone series and ends in a cliffhanger.>Amanda is a down on her luck sorceress who finds a boy and a wolf in the forest and decides to help them, to a point. Amanda needs money and returning Daryl to the capitol will bring her a really big reward she desperately needs. An evil king wants to kill Daryl and when Amanda realizes that, she tries to save the boy.>This story was written for [...]

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