Max Blizzard and the Gem of Camelot by Patrick Hatt


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Max Blizzard and the Gem of Camelot
By Patrick Hatt
Genre: Fantasy

Synopsis:

Max Blizzard was like any other drone living in Earth’s realm until the arrival of his eighth birthday. On that day his imagination awoke and Max started thinking for himself. He was an outcast the moment he let people know about his imagination.That moment also unknowingly set forth a chain of events years in the making. By having imagination, Max had given Sir Dreadvent exactly what he wanted, a way into Camelot’s realm.

Now Max and his friends, Trudesile and Lester, must complete the quest that Max’s father, Merlin, set out for him years ago. They must find the Gem of Camelot to defend the realm from Sir Dreadvent’s and his sevesties. Their perilous journey will take them from the shores of Merlinia and the ship of Davy Jones to the fields of Avalon, in the hope that they can save Camelot, save Earth and save all the lost realms that have been consumed by Sir Dreadvent and his sevesties on their quest to remake the universe.

A tale about where your imagination can lead if you choose to follow it, with creatures large and small joining Max Blizzard on his journey. King Arthur, Oberon, Hercules, Apollo and other heroes of imagination believed to be myth will become truth as Max and his friends face the trials ahead. Let your imagination lead the way to Max Blizzard and The Gem of Camelot.

My Review:

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I felt like a little kid again, reading this book based partially on medieval concepts, like King Arthur, and fairytales. It’s about a boy and his two friends who go on a journey to protect Earth and their new home, Camelot.

Aside from the fact that the story closely relates to Harry Potter, I  found this a really fun, light-hearted read that can be enjoyed by people of all ages.

The characters were enjoyable and the book was filled with non-stop action, getting more interesting as the story progressed.

Overall, I’d rate this book 4/5 stars. It is a great piece of work.

Author Bio:

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Patrick Hat can be found in the East Coast of Canada. He hates writing these things but doesn’t mind talking in the third person. He dabbles in a little of this and a little of that, not afraid to attempt something new.

He is owned by two cats, one of whom has his own blog, It’s Rhyme Time. Yeah a rhyming cat, who knew? He would be considered a both person when it comes to cats and dogs. He is also quite the movie and TV buff. As you can probably tell does not take himself seriously and has more stuff in his head than is needed. Thus the novels adjust one more form of release. Thanks for the visit and enjoy!

Links:

http://rhymetime24.blogspot.com
https://twitter.com/PatHatt24
http://www.pathattbooks.com
Amazon http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NF3DKPG

Oh, and a SURPRISE GIVEAWAY!

The author is giving away a $25 Amazon Gift Card OR $25 Pay Pal cash (winners choice)

Enter giveaway here!

* Thanks to Sage’s Blog Tours for giving The Enchanted Book a chance to become a Tour Host!

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8 thoughts on “Max Blizzard and the Gem of Camelot by Patrick Hatt

  1. I enjoyed your review of Pat’s book, Parneet! My copy arrived from Amazon last night, and I am really looking forward to reading it. Have a good one!

  2. First of all I would like to say wonderful blog!
    I had a quick question which I’d like to ask if you do not mind.
    I was interested to know how you center yourself and clear your thoughts prior to writing.
    I have had a difficult time clearing my mind in getting my thoughts out there.
    I do take pleasure in writing however it just seems
    like the first 10 to 15 minutes are generally lost simply just trying to
    figure out how to begin. Any ideas or hints? Many thanks!

    • I like to think more about the topic in my mind, first. I imagine what I am writing about and then move on to describe it. And as you were saying about the minutes lost before writing: I think that happens to most writers. It’s better to lose minutes than to lose quality.

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