Max Blizzard and The Gem of Camelot

Max Blizzard and The Gem of Camelot Max Blizzard was like any other worker 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 t

  • Title: Max Blizzard and The Gem of Camelot
  • Author: Pat Hatt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Max Blizzard was like any other worker 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 DrMax Blizzard was like any other worker 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 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.

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    1. I found this story very enjoyable. It would be a great chapter book to read to your children or one for middle school children to read themselves. It's light reading with a fun adventure, an epic storyline and characters that were a lot of fun to read more about. I really liked Max and Trudesile - they were the perfect heroes, in my opinion, and grew a lot from the story. This was a great coming of age story, with lots of twists and turns, and characters from mythology and King Arthur tales that [...]

    2. Bell, Book & Candle | Max Blizzard ReviewSuch an imaginative tale, this is! I grew up being enamored with the tale of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, so the fact that there was a Camelot and a King Arthur made the inner fan girl within me come alive. What is even better are the fictional characters from various other stories. I just about died and went to heaven. There's something for everyone with this book - be it action, adventure, etc."Physically, that may be true. But al [...]

    3. When Max turned 8 his entire world changed. Instead of just going with the flow and staying exactly the same as everyone else, he started asking questions and making things up.Trudesile doesn't understand half of what comes out of Max's mouth these days, but her job is to make him just like everyone else again and she is determined to do it. However, it isn't long before his crazy new ideas start to rub off on her too.But the burst of imagination (a word with no meaning for them) acts as a beaco [...]

    4. Max Blizzard is fantastically original and contained a lot of ideas that I found irresistible. Hatt's imagination is clearly excellent as Max undertakes all manner of different adventures - the whole concept of the story revolves around the ability to make imagined things come to life, allowing for absolutely anything to be possible. I also enjoyed the way that the author combined many different mythology, re-imagining many of the the characters in order to make them his own.However, I felt that [...]

    5. I've read and enjoyed quite a few books by Pat Hatt, and this one does not disappoint. Max, Trudesile and the other characters they meet along their journey to defeat Sir Dreadvent are such enjoyable and reliable characters. The characters interact so naturally, the dialogue is snappy and witty, but in a realistic fashion. I always love a story in which its characters grow and change during the course of their journey, and that's exactly what happens here. You get to see each character develop i [...]

    6. This is a fabulous book that gives things to cheer about for lovers of many genres - be it fantasy, adventure, drama or self-realisation. Max is a brilliant and precocious, nevertheless solitary boy, whose peers dread his wise-beyond-the-years imagination, vocabulary and expressions. He finds solace in the friendship of Trudesile. But very soon, Max and Trudesile get ported to an entirely new realm, where they learn that Max has a massive responsibility to shoulder and a big disaster to avert. W [...]

    7. I enjoyed this book so much! It was so creative and imaginative and excellent story that I would recommend to anyone and everyone because it appeals to anyone with a little imagination. It was a page turner for me and I could not put it down until the final secrets were revealed to the young heroes! What and excellent book!

    8. I really enjoyed the characters, the plot and the style it is written in. I can easily see Max becoming the hero of a series of movies or perhaps a TV series. The book moved along easily and kept me interested the whole way through. Thoroughly enjoyed the experience and certainly recommend this to fans of fantasy adventure.

    9. This a good read probably meant for a young age group but I enjoyed it. There is adventure, action and heroism. There are lessions for youngsters to learn and for us older peeps to remember. while reading this I was thinking 'yeah my imagination could use a workout.' This book reminds us to not let ourselves become drones and to remember to dream.

    10. Max Blizzard and The Gem of Camelot-Happy Endings!I have never read a book like this one, but as I got into it, it had my interest. I love happy endings and this one finally did. Fun read!

    11. Patrick Hatt has taken everything we once knew about Camelot and added fun, unexpected twists! This is a novel that sucks you in, make you forget time exists, and will keep you up at night to finish.

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