Santa and the Magical Unicorn

A Christmas Fantasy

by T. G. Bradley


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Softcover
£9.25
Softcover
£9.25

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/11/2000

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781587213212

About the Book

Santa and the Magical Unicorn, A Christmas Fantasy, is a blend of a medieval tale and a Christmas fantasy. Our story first takes you to another world and the medieval kingdom of Poke. Poke is a land that has Kings, Queens, Wizards, evil Sorceresses, a magical Princess, and a magical Unicorn. Magic is strong in this world. The kingdom of Poke is recovering from a hard fought magical war between Edmond, the Kings court wizard and the powerful evil sorceress Wanda. Edmond was victorious over the Sorceress, but she managed to flee from her world into ours before facing her demise.

Wanda soon discovered her magical powers had doubled and that magic doesn't exist in this strange new world. She then plans on conquering this world through her evil magic. But first she must seek out and destroy the one person that brings peace, joy, and goodwill to this world, and his name is Santa Claus.

Edmond in Poke soon discovers Wanda's evil plans. He arranged to have a magical princess Gina and her faithful magical unicorn companion Joshina to journey to our world. Gina's mission has a two fold purpose. First, to confront and vanquish the evil Sorceress. Second, to discover the meaning of Christmas and return to Poke with it.

Princess Gina meets and teams up with a Christmas Elf named Davy . The Unicorn, Joshina teams up with Santa Claus. They all soon find adventure, danger, excitement, and even romance while encountering the powerful evil Sorceress.


About the Author

My name is T.G. Bradley, I was born in St. Louis, Mo. in 1952, but now live in Tucson, AZ. As a child, my family moved around a lot. We lived in Missouri, Kansas, Texas, and Washington, to name a few states we live in. As an adult I moved around a lot working on Oil Pipelines in Texas, North Dakota, Indiana, and Alaska.

I am now married to my wife Arlene and we have a wonderful son name Joshua and have settled down in Tucson with my mother Edith and about 7 dogs.

I like the simple things in life. I like old movies; reading a good book. I like almost all forms of music but my favorite is classical, with the golden oldies running a close second.

I cherish quiet moments when I can get the chance.