New Release in Teen &
Young Adult Folklore & Mythology
Where the adventure all began...
HANDS SWEATING AND
…only a three-headed dragon
stands in his way. Elias’ only chance to find his answer is through the serpent.
Mystery, marvel, and magic take
Elias on a journey of self-discovery. A boy on the verge of adulthood, Elias is forced to make a difficult decision, but he must go on a journey to find his answers. His grandmother prepares him for
his quest that will take him from a poor Hungarian village into a supernatural world where he faces powers and mystical beings. There he must find Zoltan, a sorcerer, who can help him make sense of
the omens along the path—like a three-headed shape-shifting dragon that plagues him at every move. Is this path a way to his heart—a way to his dream—the way to
“... Swords, shape-shifters, and sorcerers all confront Elias as he seeks an answer to the most compelling question of all: who am I?” Dr. Leila Christenbury, Past President of the National Council of Teachers of English, former co-editor of
the Assembly on Literature for Adolescents Review.
“...engaging, with a story that keeps you reading...full of creative and enthralling symbolism... I found myself getting lost in it... I did fall in love with the
This Kid Reviews
“E.G. Kardos is a soul searcher. He writes from the head and heart, finding true meaning in the vagaries of life.”
Dean King, bestselling author of Skeletons on the Zahara
“... fantasy-lovers of sword and sorcery will not be disappointed-but it is at its heart a
very human story.”
C.S. Marks, author of the Elfhunter Trilogy
“Elias’s quest is our quest, his journey our
Roy Dimond, author of I, Bully
“... a journey in which Elias meets
many and varied characters. His own story is linked to the tales of Nattymama that weave into his own adventures. Quick, short prose with a likable main character will make the reading journey
David Ward, author of The Grassland
“As a huge fan of The Alchemist and mysticism, I found The Amulet to be just the antidote for my longing to experience another mystical
Dr. Richard Cowling, Editor, Journal of Holistic Nursing
“In the spirit of C.S. Lewis, the fantasy is never about the fantastical; it’s about deeply human and moral concerns: identity, voice, virtue, family, and conflict. A joyous,
satisfying, life-affirming read!”
Dr. William R. Muth, Editorial Advisory Board: Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy
All AMAZON Reviews for The Amulet: Journey to Sirok
Swords, shape-shifters and sorcerers all confront Elias as he seeks an answer to the most compelling question of all time: who am I?