Sunday, March 23, 2014

Rave Reviews for Strange Metamorphosis

When P.C.R. Monk set out to write his debut novel, he did so with the flourish and finesse of an established author.  His book, Strange Metamorphosis, is as rich and layered as a buttery croissant and just as gratifying to devour.  Seasoned with sage tidbits of choice life lessons throughout, steeped in adventure and sprinkled with just a touch of romance, this book is perfectly balanced to provide an enticing read that is destined to become a treasured piece of literature for the young and young at heart.
Marcel Dassaud is a boy of exceptional talent who is at a stage in life where he must decide between two paths, both of which have the potential for completely divergent outcomes.  Reflecting upon his options, he finds himself uttering his contemplation to an ancient oak tree which, according to legend, possesses magical powers to impart great wisdom.  Moments later he finds himself shrunken to the size of the bugs he once collected for sport.  It is soon revealed to him by a gallfly that in order to return to his former state, he must embark on a quest to gather some of the royal jelly which is heavily guarded by bees.  He must do this within three days, or his metamorphosis into a bug will be complete and he will never return to his human state. 
Along the way, Marcel discovers much about himself, his friends, and the bugs he encounters while seeking the royal jelly.  Strange Metamorphosis, is an exciting and whimsical adventure, written with great aplomb and a style which many authors can only hope to achieve within their lifetime.
Strange Metamorphosis, comes highly recommended for classroom educators and school and home libraries and has earned the Literary Classics Seal of Approval
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