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A world away

Author: T J Smith
Publisher: Mustang, Okla. : Tate Pub., ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English
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"To avert a potential underworld mutiny of horrific proportions, these fifty insurrectionists were relocated through a portal from the pit of hell to the dark Eldritch Forest of another world, parallel to our own. Upon their banishment, the condemned were transformed into half-man and half-serpent creatures. Thirteen years ago William Clay--then a mere child--disappeared from a nearby forest, never to be seen again.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Fantasy fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: T J Smith
ISBN: 9781602473256 1602473250
OCLC Number: 173855259
Description: 328 pages ; 23 cm.
Responsibility: T.J. Smith.

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"To avert a potential underworld mutiny of horrific proportions, these fifty insurrectionists were relocated through a portal from the pit of hell to the dark Eldritch Forest of another world, parallel to our own. Upon their banishment, the condemned were transformed into half-man and half-serpent creatures. Thirteen years ago William Clay--then a mere child--disappeared from a nearby forest, never to be seen again. Only recently, his younger brother, Dan, acquired information on the forest fables from a questionable source. After analyzing fact and legend, Dan suspects that his brother may have fallen through the portal into the parallel world and is being held captive by the fifty fiends. Join Dan and three friends as they embark on an out of this world journey where they are hunted by savage beasts along the footpath to a demonic castle"--Publisher's website.

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