The Eye of Erasmus
Publisher : Night Publishing
Description
'The Eye of Erasmus' tells of Erasmus, a baby born during a thunder storm, who is clearly destined to be special and, initially, especially obnoxious with his flashing black eyes and haughty ways, until he finds love.

The trouble is that the girl literally of his dreams hasn't actually been born yet.

No problem ...... Oh, but there is ....... Danger lurks ........

"'The Eye of Erasmus' is a tale gently and beautifully told. Like the Harry Potter novels, it is a book that readers of all ages will enjoy. It is definitely a book that I will read again and again," George Polley, author of 'The Old Man & The Monkey' and 'Grandfather and the Raven'.

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The Story Behind This Book
Whilst sitting in my garden amongst the Shasta daisies one balmy summer evening, I idly watched a spider spinning a web. I was intrigued by the intricate structure, and ease of his accomplishment. As I watched, a storyline formed in my mind. Replenishing my glass of red wine I grabbed a note book and began making notes. My mind was racing, my fingers were loaded with words and I couldn’t get them down quick enough. Eventually I decided to record the notes on my trusty tape recorder. By the time I was half way through the bottle of red wine Shasta was born. I then realised there was a sequel lurking within me. Another character introduced himself as Erasmus a time travelling lover with attitude. My fingers helped him achieve his time travelling and within a year the trilogy was complete.


Praise and Reviews

Comment by George Polley, author of ‘The Old Man & The Monkey’ and ‘Grandfather and the Raven’:The Eye of Erasmus" is a tale gently and beautifully told. Like the Harry Potter novels, it is a book that readers of all ages will enjoy. It is definitely a book that I will read again and again (I have just ordered a copy).


Comment by Christina Hall Volkoff, author of ‘Travels Through Love And Time’: It flows like a fairy tale; it operates on multiple levels of reality and unreality; it is a delightful fantasy that transports you into this world as if you had inhabited it already all your life.


Comment from Stacey Danson, author of ‘Empty Chairs’: From the mother sitting bathing her feet in the cool water thinking of the sister so wrongfully hung, we have a sense that the as yet unborn seventh child is indeed special. A marvellous book that will grab and hold its readers.


Comment from Andrew C. Wilson, author of ‘The Domino Effect’: You have a knack for keeping the reader wanting more.


Comment from Liz Hoban, author of ‘The Cheech Room’: This is a compelling read that your readers will devour. My only complaint is I want more.


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