Mathias Bootmaker and the Keepers of the Sandbox:It Is Said

It Is Said MBKS1 , the first book in the Mathias Bootmaker and the Keepers of the Sandbox trilogy, is a dark fantasy, steampunk adventure full of mysteries, riddles and secrets This unique tale of redemption is also an top ten Fantasy and Action Adventure bestseller.This is the story of Mathias Bootmaker, a young man searching for the better parts of himself HisIt Is Said MBKS1 , the first book in the Mathias Bootmaker and the Keepers of the Sandbox trilogy, is a dark fantasy, steampunk adventure full of mysteries, riddles and secrets This unique tale of redemption is also an top ten Fantasy and Action Adventure bestseller.This is the story of Mathias Bootmaker, a young man searching for the better parts of himself His search for what he s lost begins an amazing journey through a world of extreme imagination A world he helped to create, but a world he can t remember anything about It s the story of his life, the birth of creativity, and the true power of the energy all around us.The world of It Is Said MBKS1 is a dream embedded within a nightmare A maze inside a labyrinth It reads like an adventure It plays like a thriller It s designed to make you question every place you go and every character you meet It s designed to be a puzzle you must solve Turn the pages Follow the path Keep an eye out for clues Beware of traps But most important of all you must not fear the Darke.
Mathias Bootmaker and the Keepers of the Sandbox It Is Said It Is Said MBKS the first book in the Mathias Bootmaker and the Keepers of the Sandbox trilogy is a dark fantasy steampunk adventure full of mysteries riddles and secrets This unique tale of red

  • Title: Mathias Bootmaker and the Keepers of the Sandbox:It Is Said
  • Author: Edward Medina
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  • Page: 242
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    About the Author

    Edward Medina

    bestselling author Edward Medina is a native New Yorker who was raised by his mother and grandmother to believe that life is an adventure best lived to the fullest Over time, Edward has been a radio and voice over artist He built a significant career as a producer, director, and writer for both digital media and the New York Off and Off Off Broadway stages He also had the honor and the privilege to work for the late great Jim Henson He then went on to become a theme park designer He founded a successful company dedicated to family entertainment and children s causes For fun, he became a steam train engineer, and has been since childhood, a sometime magician The magic he finds himself creating now is for the page as an author of high fantasy, dark horror, and epic steampunk adventures.Edward Medina is proud to be a member of the Horror Writers Association and the Society of Children s Book Writers Illustrators.

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    • Nate Hinkle said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Mathias Bootmaker and the Keepers of the Sandbox Trilogy - Book one: It Is Said is unlike any book I have ever read before. Mr. Medina has crafted an impressive world of fantasy and imagination that is completely engrossing. The title character is so much more than his name would suggest. He is a lost soul struggling to find his way and brings us along for his journey through the darkness. The story is effortlessly compelling, blending the best elements from classic books into a wonderful new ad [...]

    • Carolyn Omundson said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      I’m a lover of fantasy books, dark mysteries and classic steampunk. This book has now become one of my favorites because it’s wonderfully magical and it fits all of those genres. The first chapter starts as a western ghost town nightmare. The book continues as the dreamer, Mathias Bootmaker himself, wakes up to find that he has forgotten who he is. The story follows his journey as he seeks to find himself. The world he travels through is familiar to him but it has all gone wrong. I don’t w [...]

    • Lucinda Rose said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      This book drew me in slowly, and before I realized it I was addicted to it. It weaves good, old fashion storytelling with darkness in a mesmerizing tone that really brings you into the story. As a teacher, I love that it could be used for all grade levels and uses vocabulary that is both fresh and classical. As a reading addict, this author's imagination takes me on an unforgettable journey. I can't wait to read the next creation of Mr. Medina. It Is Said (Mathias Bootmaker and the Keepers of th [...]

    • Siobian said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Mathias Bootmaker has been having a bit of trouble lately. He can't seem to remember anything about himself, other than his name, or anything from his past and is plagued with horrible nightmares. He sets out to find out what has happened and who he is but gets sidetracked when he meets a boy who is suddenly stolen away by a mysterious man on horseback. Putting off his quest of self-discovery, he begins his journey to recover the kidnapped boy and the other stolen children from the Academy Darke [...]

    • Donna said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      It Is Said (Mathias Bootmaker and the Keepers of the Sandbox)An enchanting, lyrical, and thoughtful allegory written by Edward Medina, this work will seduce even the most discerning reader with its intricately woven tale. Prepare for an action filled, fantastic journey with the young protagonist Mathias Bootmaker as he draws the reader into his paradoxical world where young and old, darkness and light, and dreams and nightmares blend together seamlessly. This short novel (the first in a series) [...]

    • Barbara Rauch said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Edward Medina is a new author to me. I was given both "Awilda", which I simply inhaled, and "A Murder of Crows", which I read twice, in return for honest reviews. Then I saw "It is Said", a steampunk fantasy, which I bought because I wanted to read it right away. And, by the way, I'm almost 70 and the word "steampunk" seldom arises in my vocabulary. In fact, I had to look it up.That being said, I was at first confused by and then consumed by "It is Said". I read it in one sitting. Many times, I [...]

    • Coral said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Listen/read my review here - alchemyofscrawl.wordpress/

    • Natasha Slight said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      As part of my ‘Snagging an Author’ Reviews, I peruse the internet, secretly looking for books that deserve to have a spotlight put on them. I am not paid for these reviews and the author is unaware that I am even reading their book, until I post my reviews. That is why I am so happy to bring this book to your attention. If I can help shed some well deserved light on this dazzling piece of work, I will go to bed with a smile on my face. While reading It Is Said I embarked on a journey I will [...]

    • Tracey Allen at Carpe Librum said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Marketed as a blend of [Lewis] Carroll and [Stephen] King I was excited and looking forward to 'journeying down the rabbit hole' with author Edward Medina in Mathias Bootmaker and the Keepers of the Sandbox, Book One: It is Said.I must confess though, I felt a little lost in the beginning, although so does the main character Mathias Bootmaker, as he finds himself in a mysterious world without all of his memory.I immediately understood the references to Lewis Carroll and I'm assuming Alice in Won [...]

    • Sandra said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Mathias Bootmaker is, appropriately, a bootmaker who has a problem - he has a bit of amnesia and can't remember who he is or what he does - in addition to bad dreams that plague him. So he sets out on a journey to find out who he is and on the way he meets a little boy who is then stolen by the kingdom, just as all young children are stolen to brainwash the creativity out of them. Now Mathias, who objects to the general public's lack of doing anything about it, decides something needs to be done [...]

    • Pixie said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      You can also find my review at the-bookaholicWhen I was first approached by Edward Medina to read and review It is Said, I was quite busy sadly and had to put the work on reserve until I had the spare moment to do so. Luckily, he was extremely patient with me-- and not only do I appreciate that, but I'm glad I still accepted because I really enjoyed reading!Admittedly, in the beginning I was a bit confused and lost. There was a lot going on with the character and the world-building that my head [...]

    • Darcus Murray said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      I accepted the review for It Is Said a few months ago, but I never actually got around to reading it until now. I've spoken to the author on numerous occasions and he was very nice and enjoyable to talk with.Unfortunately, I have to admit that I just couldn't get stuck in this book. I tried, I really did. But I found myself getting easily distracted while reading and it was hard for me to get into the story, stay focused on it, and understand what exactly was going on. Mathias Bootmaker just isn [...]

    • Sophie Gonzales said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

      Click here for my review (located on my blog)

    • Edward Medina said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 02:54 AM

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