Anthony Daemond is an ant who longs for adventure far away from the humdrum routine of working in the tunnels. When a gang of slavemaker ants attack his colony, adventure unexpectedly finds him. A group of impressive warriors from The Great Hive arrive just in time to save the colony, ending this battle but signaling the beginning of the danger and excitement to come. Anthony, his best friend Celia, and Artie, his pet aphid, begin a quest that they hope will lead to their destiny. That is, until their path crosses with Iriana the Terrible, the newly crowned queen of wasps and hornets. Iriana's thirst for power and vengeance has set a terrible plan into motion, and she's willing to destroy anything and anyone that gets in her way. Bent on total control of the kingdom, and backed by an army of ruthless wasps and hornets, Iriana begins a campaign for dominance that can only lead to tragedy. Will Anthony and Celia reach their destination? Will they defy the perilous snares that await them? Or will they be too late? Readers will be spellbound by The Great Hive: A Real Hero, the first in an action-packed trilogy by author Joseph Pellegrino. Anthony may just be an ant, but sometimes good things come in small packages.
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