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Deadweather and Sunrise: The Chronicles of Egg, Book 1 (Unabridged)
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You are in the Ireland store Not in Ireland? Choose Store. Then one day his father announces with much urgency that they are to journey to the glorious island of Sunrise, where they happen upon the charming Roger Pembroke, a wealthy businessman. With much flattery, Pembroke promptly invites them to his luxurious mansion, and Egg falls headlong in love with his feisty daughter Millicent. An Emmy nominated screenwriter, Geoff Rodkey knows how to spin a good yarn. The story, the first in a series, begins slowly setting the scene for much swash-buckling action and high drama as Egg escapes one ambush after another and solves the puzzle of why his father went to Sunrise in the first place.
Fast-paced and exhilarating, teeming with surprising characters, both evil and good, and moving across pirate-infested land and seas, the story ends on a high note with elements in place for the next book in the series. Digital version — browse, print or download Can't see the preview?