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The Pangaea age was coming to an end and there was still one massive landmass called the Great Lands and one large ocean called the Great Sea. Times were traumatic and it was a challenge for all those who lived on earth. Prince Oban was born into the kingdom during these difficult times. King Degnal and his queen were very happy but the disappearance of their daughter Princess Asha immediately after the naming ceremony of their heir left them shocked and sad. It was one of the most turbulent times in the history of the kingdom. The benevolent king turned into someone who was always angry and no one was spared from the king's wrath. Would they be able to find Princess Asha? King Degnal's son, Prince Oban, possessed a special gift which had saved the kingdom from ruin but the king wanted the prince to keep his gift a secret. Would Prince Oban be able to save his kingdom from the warring territories threatening them?
Adventures of a Thought Thief Part 1: Heredity and Hierarchy - The Beginning by Beverly A. Burchett is a fascinating story of kingdoms, secrets, mystery, and betrayal that will leave young readers curious and intrigued. The author knits in the stories of the three kingdoms masterfully and seamlessly, and her descriptive narration makes the scenes vivid and palpable to readers. All the characters in these three kingdoms have been portrayed well; they are distinctive and will leave lasting impressions in the minds of readers. The fluidity in expression gives a good flow and pace to the story, and the open ending will make readers eager for Part 2.