Ann-Sophia and The Sceptre of Light, by Henry Y. Madukwe
At age eight Ann-Sophia Golding lost her mother. Her father was wrongly convicted for a crime he did not commit. She goes to live with Aunt Molly who is a witch and with her children made Ann-Sophia’s life hell. An Angel appears to Ann-Sophia and gives her the mandate to get the Sceptre of Light that would destroy the works of evil.
The Supreme Evil One and his cohorts sought to destroy Ann-Sophia, stopping her from getting to the Sceptre of Light. The quest for the Sceptre of Light is full of adventure, danger, endurance, tests and fatalities…
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
The author is a prolific lyricist, with over 400 songs. He is empiric and perspicacious, with a propensity for improvement, advancement, and diversification; with a clear and concise vision of future objectives. He presents here an odyssey, something entirely different in the world of fiction. OR better still, completely remove the "About the Author" section, let the readers wonder about the writer.