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Jesse Jameson and the Golden Glow is aimed at 8 years and older... Jesse Jameson and the Golden Glow is a children's fantasy adventure , journeying in to the realms of myths, legend and folklore. It's heroine, Jesse, discovers she can transform into any creature she can imagine - a useful power for rescuing her kidnapped Mum from dark forces in the fairy kingdoms. Wizards, witches, goblins ghosts and dragons abound. Although Jesse Jameson is not a wizard, or a witch, she has two rather unusual gifts for a child who is almost eleven. Firstly she can see in to the future, and discovers to her amazement that she is one in an ancient line of soothsayers. Secondly, and most astoundingly, she finds that she is a changeling - a fairy swapped at birth and bought up by human parents that Jesse believes are normal in every way. Except her mother does something fantastically bizarre one day while out walking their dog Roamer. Right before Jesse's disbelieving eyes, Cathal Jameson vanishes when she steps in to a fairy ring. Within a week, Jesse's dad falls in live again with a wizened old hag, and to Jesse's horror, she moves in to their home with her two disgustingly ugly daughters. But there's something suspicious about Jesse's stepmother and twin stepsisters, Judy and Trudy Scratchit, that she just can't put her finger on. Jesse is sure that her dad has been charmed, and certain that her mum is still alive somewhere in the Fairy Kingdoms. But who has held her captive? How can she be rescued? And who is brave , or foolish enough, to accopmany her? Jesse Jameson and the Golden Glow is a fast-moving children's adventure that journey's inyo the thrilling realms of fairy lore and legend. Unravelling twists and turns, surprises and laughs, the Golden Glow is filled with unforgetable characters and a strong, original plot line that has the reader hooked from the first page until the last.
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