Masterfully crafted by Ruth E. Richardson, ‘Agnus Mills & The Were-Book’ follows the hugely-successful ‘Agnus Mills & The Flying Potato’. It is Christmas, and Agnus is looking to enjoy himself as much as possible after being trapped outside of time for most of his Summer break. But will things go to plan for the series’ young maverick? If not…and if a spell of twisted magic threatens to end things with tragedy, can he and his friends break it before it takes full effect? This is one Children’s story Hollywood could never have thought up…
Salt Lake City, UT -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/09/2015 -- While young children's fantasy novels have become something of a literary staple, critics and readers are currently crying out for wholly-unique new narratives that don't succumb to recycling of the 'same-old' concepts. Thankfully, Ruth E. Richardson stepped up to the plate with gusto upon the release of 'Agnus Mills & The Flying Potato'. Richardson is now back with volume two…
'Agnus Mills & The Were-Book' finds the brave young protagonist in yet another predicament; sending young readers' minds soaring with wild imagination and thought-provoking twists.
Agnus Mills had been trapped outside of time for most of his summer break, so now that school is out for Christmas, he's all set to have as much fun as possible to make up for missed time.
Unfortunately, life and Armandillo Qus have other ideas.
When Agnus falls under the influence of evil magic, he and Phil have to race against time and the Grant twins to break the spell. Adventures with magic have never been exactly safe, but this time success may demand a tragic price. Will Agnus be able to survive the curse of the Were-Book?
"Agnus is rapidly building a reputation among children for always having to expect the unexpected," admits Richardson. "If he's not trapped outside of his own time, he is now battling a curse of twisted magic that could even kill him. I don't want to spoil the story, but let's just say things end well and young children will revel in one wild literary adventure as he gets there."
Continuing, "I deliberately constructed the narrative to be fast-paced, vivid and to have the adventure play out through highly-imaginative environments that would transport readers to places they had never before imagined. The characters are also extremely unusual, making it the perfect cocktail of fun for kids that enjoy fantasy adventure-type stories."
With the book's popularity increasing, interested readers are urged to purchase their copies as soon as possible.
'Agnus Mills & The Were-Book' is available now: http://amzn.to/1IcKiF4
About Ruth Richardson
Ruth Richardson was born and raised in Juneau, Alaska. She earned a Bachelor's degree in Creative Writing from Pacific University, and is pursuing a second Bachelor's in Film and Media Arts from the University of Utah. Although she enjoys Utah, she willingly admits that she misses the ocean, the ravens and rain in Southeast Alaska.