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The Spirit Guard - cover

The Spirit Guard

Antrickch Chitranshi

Publisher: Pencil

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About the Book: This book is about a boy, a normal one. His life was running normally until one day when he got a peculiar dream. After that day, many strange things started happening. He and his parents went to a island, Valancia. He went there first time but he felt like he had an old relation with that island. In the whole story, many strange things happen and many mysteries get revealed.

 
About the Author: Antrickch Chitranshi, I am a 9th class student. I started writing when i was class 6th. I love to write; my favourite genres are Fiction and Fantasy on which I mostly write.

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