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My Sparkling Misfortune

Book Description
***1st place Reader Views Literary Award 2010 winner in the Young Reader category***

Lord Arkus of Blackriver Castle readily admits that he is a villain and sees no reason why it should stop him from being the protagonist of this book. After all, Prince Kellemar, an aspiring hero, has defeated him in a rather questionable way. Bent on revenge, Arkus attempts to capture a powerful evil spi... More
Book Information
BindingPaperback (4 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages126
Publication Date03/01/2011
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About Laura Lond (Author) : Laura Lond is a published author. Published credits of Laura Lond include My Sparkling Misfortune and My Sparkling Misfortune (Lakeland Knight).
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About Alla Alekseyeva (Illustrator) : Alla Alekseyeva is a published illustrator. Published credits of Alla Alekseyeva include My Sparkling Misfortune and My Sparkling Misfortune (Lakeland Knight).
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11/26/2010 Debbie - onyx95 said:
What goes around, comes around. For the villain Lord Arkus of Blackriver Castle that may have been what brought on the beast that had been trying to get him for so long. Only living near and hiding in the great white towers that he had built in secret around his own castle had saved him from death... more

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