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While experimenting with a magic wand, the two young brothers are pulled into a computer game called The Fight for Magicallus. In the land of Magicallus, they encounter goblins and knights who are on the brink of war because their ruler has mysteriously disappeared, and the knights blame the goblins!  

The boys learn of a frightening prophecy that foretells the end of Magicallus. They must find an ancient book hidden in a dragon’s lair before the prophecy comes to pass and they are all destroyed.

Can the boys find their way home? Will the knights and goblins go to war? Or will the dragon destroy them all?

With both humor and suspense, this story pulls you in and doesn't let go.

©2010 Barbara Venkataraman (P)2019 Barbara Venkataraman

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Really enjoyable story

Really enjoyable story, the narrator did a brilliant job. The Author captured the brother relationship really well, had me smiling in places.

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Fun!

So, this was a kid-friendly game-lit story, with all of the elements of old school fantasy: goblins, dragons, knights, etc. It was a fun listen, even as an adult, but very safe for all ages. I would like to see it as a movie, as the plot is fulfilling, even in the short story format, and so a movie could actually do the book justice. The narration is great. I don't think I've heard this particular narrator before, but she is going on my list of excellent voice actors.