New Release: The Crystilleries of Echoland, a Teen Fantasy with 82 Illustrations

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The Crystilleries of Echoland
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SEATTLE - March 19, 2018 - PRLog -- Award-winning novelist, Tal Boldo, has published a teen fantasy under the pen name, Dew Pellucid, with illustrations by Andy Simmons and Tal Boldo.


In a see-through land, our reflections live. They call us Sounds. They are our Echoes. And they think that they must die when we do. Is this why children are disappearing from the Sound realm? Because someone wants their Echo to die? Twelve-year-old Will Cleary tries to escape the frightening answer. But dangers sweep him into that magical, see-through land.

And there, in a fortress filled with castaway children, a two-hundred-year-old riddle lies buried. The most important boy in Echoland will help Will solve it, with a handful of other teens. For the fate of Echoland, and of the Sound realm, depends on the answer. An answer hidden in an ancient book… Deep in a frozen lake of gems… Beyond a buried door… At the foot of the greatest Crystillery of all. But many men and monsters, crystal balls and spying eyes, will try to stop the brave teens. For how see-through your skin is is all-important in Echoland. And when this ancient hate will end, the realm of the Echoes will change forever.



Tal Boldo is a self-published novelist and audiobook reader and producer. She likes to write under pseudonyms that relate to her stories. Her adult love story, Looking Glass Friends, published under E. L. Neve, won 10 literary awards.

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