New York, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/25/2014 -- WhipEye, which received rave reviews from critics, is a about a girl named Samantha and her neighbor, Jake. Both have no idea that Samantha’s best friend, a parrot named Charlie, is a thousand years old! Charlie is also at the center of a secret battle between magical creatures and an ancient, evil man. When Charlie asks Samantha and Jake to protect him, they are chased by monsters from both sides. To save Charlie, and the two worlds, Samantha and Jake have 24 hours to figure out how to use the supernatural staff, WhipEye, and find the courage to confront what they fear most.
WhipEye is a thrilling magical adventure with surprises at every turn, a book that deserves to be read. Saign who finds his niche in fantasy writing, wrote this enchanted story for children aged nine and up. A second volume is scheduled to be releases in the near future. The first volume is currently available for sale on Amazon, and has overwhelmingly received five star ratings from readers. The Kindle e-copy is sold at $3.03, while the paperback is priced at $8.76.
Michael Siegel shares his review of the story on Amazon “Simply put…it’s a creative story that draws you in from the beginning. The twists and turns, the interesting characters and surprises keep you wanting to turn the next page. This walk into a fantasy serves as a nice mini-vacation without having to go anywhere or plan anything. I look forward to the next book. Well done.”
For more information, visit Geoff Saign’s website at http://www.geoffreysaign.net/.
About Geoffrey Saign
Geoffrey Saign can often be found looking for interesting critters, and magic, while swimming, snorkeling, sailing, or hiking in the woods. His passion for nature and wildlife led to his nationally endorsed book, Green Essentials: What You Need to Know About the Environment, as well as his books African Cats and Great Apes. He has a background in biology, assisted in field research with hummingbirds and humpback whales, and sailed as far away as Australia. With more than twenty years of experience working in special education, he has taught adults and children everything from sailing to novel writing. He won the Shabo Award in 2010. He lives in St. Paul, Minnesota.