Review: Emba Oak and the Terrible Tomorrows by Jenny Moore

A lovely review for Emba Oak and the Terrible Tomorrows, which is out today! Thank you!

Book Craic

Written by Jenny Moore
Cover illustration by David Dean
Published by Maverick Publishing

Emba Oak and the Terrible Tomorrows may not start with a knock at the door – as all good stories do – yet it is most definitely a thrilling adventure: action-packed, magical and brimming with peril, humour and heart.

Emba Oak hears a thwump, thwump, thwump sound from outside her cave and, armed with her scaring-off stone, decides to investigate … could it be a bear or a boar?  Nope!  It is something impossible … a dragon or rather, a phantom dragon!  Whilst Emba’s friend, runaway blacksmith’s assistant and hero-in-training, Odolf doesn’t believe that Emba has seen a dragon, her guardian, Fred, does.  She decides that it is time that Emba knows the truth of her birth.  Fred had found a dragon egg and had brought it back to her cave to wait for it to hatch…

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