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First Lines … ‘The Moon Coin’ by Richard Due

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PART ONE – THE RINN OF BARETH

PROLOGUE- BEDTIME TALES

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“Ebb Autumn stood tall and slender in his coat of many pockets. He was wearing his world-traveling clothes, and while the items in his many pockets normally remained private, tonight he had presents

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Lily and Jasper were bouncing on the bed when he knocked. A gentleman always knocks. Their uncle had a habit of arriving late or not at all, but when he showed up at bedtime, he always had a new story in need of telling – as if a thousand-year-old publishing factory resided in his head…..”

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I wonder what uncle’s story will be about tonight?

Why does he have presents on this visit?

Why is he wearing his world traveling clothes, is he going on a trip, or has he just returned from a trip?

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They say that the first lines of a piece of writing, are always the most difficult to set down on paper. It seems to me, that they may also be the most definitive, as I find they often set the scene in my mind, even before I have turned the first page… and it is quite disappointing if they don’t…

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To avoid too many spoilers, I have not included a full synopsis with this post, but if like me, you can’t wait to read the book to find out additional details about the story, please click on the image.

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This YA Fantasy book, was gifted as an e-book by the author Richard Due, with a request for me to read and leave my comments about it.

This will in no way influence any comments I may express about the book, in any blog article I may post. Any thoughts or comments will be my own personal opinion and I am in no way being monetarily compensated for this, or any other article.

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