Sunday, 19 September 2010

Free Reading! 'The New Brighton Archaeological Society' Online

This looks like a possible fun way to spend your lunch break... The first book in Mark Andrew Smith's 'New Brighton Archaelogocial Society' series is available to read online for free and is being updated daily :o) Here's the blurb,

Out of the ashes of misfortune will rise the next generation of great adventurers! After their parents are lost on an archeological expedition, four children begin to unlock the secrets of their parents' mysterious lives, discovering a hidden world of mystical artifacts, mythical creatures, and arcane knowledge. Soon they find themselves drawn into a conflict over a great library that has kept two kingdoms at war for centuries, the children must save an enchanted forest, the birthplace of magic itself. Join us as these children become the latest members of the fabled New Brighton Archaeological Society, and take their first steps towards their true destiny!

Indiana Jones for kids? It might well be but I'll be checking it out anyway :o) I've had a quick look at the site and there's already plenty of pages to be going on with, a new page will be added every day.

You can check it all out Here.


Jamie Gibbs said...

This looks pretty cool. The artwork is very good and I really like the style. Plus archaeology is my thing so I'll be checking this out every day :) Thanks!

Jamie Gibbs said...

This looks pretty cool. The artwork is really good and I like the style (I haven't got into the full body of it yet though). Archaeology is my thing though, so I'm sure to love it. Thanks for this, I'll definitely keep up with it.

Mieneke van der Salm said...

Very cool! And so bookmarked for lunchtime reading :D