So.... What is this book about? “Little Max Parker and the Secret of Oblivion” is a children’s fantasy story with a 12 year old boy and his three best friends discovering their supernatural abilities which they use to save a girl against evil.Yeah… But can you tell me more?Ever since he can remember, Little Max Parker has had superpowers that he cannot explain. One day, he is visited by a strange being of light who tells him that, due to his abilities, he has been chosen to save a girl named Lena Sundance from a demon called Malphas The New. In order to do that, he and his friend TJ are taken to the mythical island of Hy-Brazil, where they will meet Lisa and Matilde, the two other members of their team, and they will receive special training and weapons for their mission.While preparing for such assignment, the four of them discover that there is a secret surrounding Little Max Parker’s life. Apparently, he is not the person he thought he was and there are important things, a magical past, which he has forgotten. In order to save Lena and face the many dangers and challenges of the demon world, the kids start unveiling such past by trying to discover “The Secret of Oblivion”.
Who is it for?The book’s core audience is middle grade readers, but it welcomes anyone who loves stories full of adventure, magic, weird dreams, strange looking creatures, supernatural abilities, and a hint of mystery.Who wrote it?The author is Aurora Tactuk, a chocolate lover, writer, and professor, who happens to draft and negotiate contracts and do “lawyer thingys” for a living… in that order. ...But that's not giving you a lot of detail, is it? So read more about her on this site or on her own website at www.auroratactuk.com
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Is it true that the author is donating some of the book’s profits?Yes, it is. It seems like she has eaten sinful amounts of chocolate in her lifetime and she feels it is time to give back some of the sweetness. So, Aurora is going to donate a portion of net proceeds from the sales of her book to Soñar Despierto Foundation, an international service foundation whose mission is delivering smiles to children in need. If you want to know more about Aurora’s cause you can read about it on her website: www.auroratactuk.comFor more information about Soñar Despierto Foundation, please press the logo icon on the left.
Who is responsible for making the book look so cool?The fabulous Esther Morales was the one in charge of making the illustrations and cover art. She happens to be an illustrator, visual development artist, and mind reader… not necessarily in that order. To learn more about her work, you can visit her at www.esthermorales.carbonmade.comThe cover and jacket design, however, was made by Oliver Bennett at Daniel Goldsmith Associates, whose mind reading abilities are quite impressive as well. The typesetting, on the other hand, was also the work of the guys at Daniel Goldsmith Associates, Ltd, London. They are rock stars!To learn more about their services you can visit them at www.danielgoldsmith.co.ukWho’s the publisher of the book?The Publisher is 48 Book Street, S.L., old souls who love to read behind a young company that loves to make ideas happen. If you wish to learn more about them, please, visit their website at www.48bookstreet.com