Hey there folks! After an incredibly entertaining, busy and exhausting weekend filled with non-stop Tellest and Quantum Quest, it’s nice to be able to turn our attention toward another great read by an awesome author.
Quint: The Boy, The Book And The Buildings is an entertaining journey to the land of Tellus. Author JD LaFrance does a lovely job of building up his world, and the hero of this tale, Quint, is incredibly easy to root for. It’s a perfect story for kids and kids at heart, and you’ll find yourself racing through the pages before you know it.
Politics, deception, conjuring, fighting, giants, great buildings, a very old book and an insanely curvy sword. An epic journey…
As a child, Quint fantasized about it all, and on the day that marks his entry into manhood, the dark and mysterious Senator Teyrnon sets him on a quest to save his father, Wido.
Traveling the world in an effort to bring representatives from all the lands of Tellus to Culmen in order to preserve his father’s legacy and save him from exile, or even death, Quint finds himself living the adventures of his childhood.
If you’re looking for a fast, fun read that’s still robust and well-developed, you don’t need to look any further than LaFrance’s lovely first volume of the Tellus novels. You’re in for a treat that is rewarding and engaging, and before you know it, you’ll be eagerly awaiting the sequel. Check out LaFrance’s website to learn more about the world. And be sure to check out Quint: The Boy, The Book And The Buildings on Amazon today!