Scourge: A Grim Doyle Adventure

26 Part Story 534K Reads 2.1K Votes
davidhburton By davidhburton Updated 2 years ago
Two dads, five siblings, and goggles!

Grim Doyle has always known his life was not exactly "normal", and things get even more curious when he discovers a set of stones that sweep him and his family to the fantasy, steampunk world of Verne - a place they had escaped from years ago. Now that they've returned, Grim and his siblings hide from the evil Lord Victor and his minions. And while learning about Jinns, Mystics, and the power of absinth they try to discover who is trying to kill them with the deadly Scourge.

"This book is one part J.K. Rowling, one part Lemony Snicket, one part H.G Wells/Jules Verne, and all parts awesome!"
- Tiffany's Bookshelf
MattParker0708 MattParker0708 3 months ago
Like it. Particularly the children's characters and the dynamics of their relationships. Mechanical mice, decapitated dolls and bottle-bottom goggles; all good in my book.
Crystal_Turtle Crystal_Turtle 6 months ago
STOP!!
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Elizabeth_Storm Elizabeth_Storm 6 months ago
Loved it to a point. Not much stuff went on for the imagination part. Otherwise very good. :)
codygirl14 codygirl14 6 months ago
why is everyone saying bad things its a great book so far by the way I comment vote and share on facebook every chapter just to let u know :-)
chiditasol chiditasol 9 months ago
@Roarka Yeah, but this is a method that I've seen is commonly used, adjusting the way the narrator tells the story to relate to the main character. As well, the narrator has been actually just telling what Grim thinks, if u read other pages it kind of goes down onto the same method of narration.
Roarka Roarka 9 months ago
@chiditasol it is not in first person, so I think it means Grim is not the narrator, he is just the one the narrator follows in this story.