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Publisher's Summary

He's not crazy. Honest, he's not.
He's just Wyatt. Wyatt the Mighty.
Fifteen-year-old Wyatt has been sent to a treatment center for "disturbed youth". No one understands him. He wants nothing more than to escape from it all.
And he does.
Through a magic he doesn't understand, he finds himself in Hagion, a realm of fantastical creatures and immense wonder. He quickly finds himself in the company of a runaway warrior and two Children - a strange race of underground creatures that seem forever joyful. They claim Wyatt is a Druid, a powerful figure of myth and legend, sent to restore peace to all of the Realms. He doesn't bother correcting them.
Finally, he can be the hero he's always dreamed of.
But claiming to be a hero and actually being a hero are two different things. And it's a lesson Wyatt may have to pay dearly for.
A mature YA(ish) fantasy/contemporary tale.
©2016, 2017 Michael J Sanford (P)2017 Michael J Sanford
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By Rhonda on 02-14-18

Like listening to a teen cartoon

The whole time I was listening to this book I felt like I was watching a fantasy cartoon. The narration was ok once I got used to it but starting out it seemed a little too hurried. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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By Melanie Preston Lewis on 05-22-17

Interesting

Any additional comments?

I thought this was an interesting story with a great deal of thought and imagination. But I found it an enigma, whilst the language used was for adults, I felt the story was aimed more at children of a similar age to Wyatt. Good on audio

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