Wednesday, May 11, 2011

MediaGuests Blog Tour: Prince Etcheon and the Secret of the Ancient by JoAnn Arnold


Prince Etcheon and the Secret of the Ancient takes us on the adventure of a lifetime. With the death of his grandmother, Granna Fela, Etcheon is taken from a life of protection and security to one of grave peril. With his newfound knowledge of his royal heritage Etcheon has suddenly found himself on the run. Hunted by evil beasts sent to kill him, the would-be warrior prince must team up with a cast of unusual characters; a mysterious girl, a tree with magical powers, and several amazing animals just for starters.

Join Prince Etcheon as he discovers the strength found within each of us, that we are all capable of far more than we think, and that dreams really can come true.


First, I want to comment about the cover.  It is so vibrant and full of detail! I absolutely love it.  When Etcheon's beloved Grandmother dies, he learns that he his parents are alive, parents he has never met.  They are King and Queen and he is a Prince! But he must go to another dimension to learn how to be the warrior he needs to be to defeat the evil wizard holding his parents.  With magical and talking creatures, magic, battles and more, Etcheon learns many moral lessons to help him with his journey.  JoAnn Arnold has created an amazing world and phenomenal characters.  Young and old alike will find pleasure between the covers of this thrilling and fascinating book.


An artist as well as an author, JoAnn believes that creating a story on paper is much like creating a story on canvas. The only difference is with one you use the keys of a computer. With the other you use the stroke of the brush. JoAnn and her husband, Brent, reside in St. George, Utah where she continues to divide her time between writing, painting, singing with the Southern Utah Heritage Choir, and searching out her ancestors. They are the parents of four sons and grandparents of fifteen grandchildren.

NEXT TOUR STOP: May 13- My Sea of Books

I received a copy of this book to faciliate this review.  All thoughts and opinions are expressly my own.

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