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The Tides of Avarice:

Readers who loved author John Dahlgren's "The Tides of Avarice" have been clamoring for more ever since, and "Sagaria" does not disappoint.

In this three book series, three worlds are in danger.

And unfortunately, one of them is yours.

After the mysterious kidnapping of his eccentric grandfather, Sagandran Sacks sets out on a rescue mission.
However, he doesn’t expect his search to bring him to a parallel world! A world with chivalrous frogs, bungling
wizards, snotty princesses, blabbering rodents, handsome but deadly evil-doers, terminally addictive theme parks and so much more…

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"Well, John Dahlgren hits it out of the ball park yet again with "Sagaria". I thought that he couldn't possibly top his first novel entitled "The Tides of Avarice."  I know that Dahlgren's books will be picked up by some huge motion picture company. If I could give him 10 Stars, I would have!"                                                                 

                                                                   

                                                                      Review by Rita V for Readers Favorite

                                                                     Rating: 5.0 stars

 

Dahlgren expertly weaves in scenes of humor and genuine pathos. The author masterfully manages this balance act to pitch it at a teen/adult level. Fans of Dahlgren's previous novel in the Sagaria universe will get even more out of this epic fantasy story. Dahlgren has launched an auspicious career, and he won't lack for readers."

                                                                                                                                                                  Pacific Book Review