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Bannister's Muster, Book 1
Narrated by: Mark Topping
Series: Bannister's Muster, Book 1
Length: 10 hrs and 13 mins
Categories: Children, Ages 8-10
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Summary

A boy with his head in the clouds. A magical ride through the sky. Can he take a trip back to medieval London and get home in time for school? 

Twelve-year-old Nathan Bannister fantasizes about never having to go to class again. But his dreams never included a crazy wizard and a hot air balloon waiting inside his bedroom! Nathan is cold, scared, and still in his pajamas when the mad magician abandons him in medieval London. 

Desperate to return to his Granny's house in the modern world, Nathan falls in with a ragtag crew of street kids. As he attempts to find friends and allies, the young boy must escape a wicked baron and rescue the girl if he wants any chance of returning home. 

Can Nathan track down the loony wizard to find his way back before school, or will all his homework become ancient history? 

Snap is the first book in the Bannister's Muster middle-grade fantasy series. If you and your child like wondrous magic, awesome action, and cool medieval cities, then you'll both love Barbara Gaskell Denvil's brilliant adventure. 

Buy Snap to take a magical medieval balloon trip today!

©2017 Barbara Gaskell Denvil (P)2018 Barbara Gaskell Denvil

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Hang in there!

The first 20 chapters seem to be a very depressing and unfair story of medieval London, BUT finally with the last 10 chapters there is justice and adventure and a good story to continue. I hope Book 2 doesn't disappoint.