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About The Sceptre

The Sceptre

Did you ever dream of traveling to an alternate universe? I actually did it. I am the Bear, high school kid.

My life-long wish has been to find my mother who disappeared when I was a baby. An Indian medicine man told me it was possible to find her, but I would have to look in the magical kingdom of his ancestors. My friends said they would go with me if I gave it a shot. So I did. Be careful what you wish for. We promptly found ourselves in a fantasy land where we met Uriah, a talking cocker spaniel. He told me my destiny was sealed by an ancient scroll that prophesied an unlikely hero who would come out of nowhere to save his homeland from destruction by an evil king. He said I was that hero. No pressure.

“Kirkus stars are like diamonds: extremely rare. A starred review is the top of the top, a prestigious, Holy Grail that highlights books of “exceptional merit”. A starred review represents outstanding writing. Kirkus gives about 3000 “Indie” reviews a year. Only 60-90 get a Kirkus Star.”

About The Secret City

The Secret City

I am Geof the Bear. You may not know me. That's ok. I did not truly know myself until I ran into this crazy Native American type guy named Donald Deernose. In the Sceptre, Donald Deernose sends me, Jon, Debbie, Trixi and Clark to Sergel-tuteron to find my mother. And now we are five clueless high schoolers engaged with unbelievable monsters, evil kings, countless snakes, and noble Indian tribes. Uriah, my sneaky doggy friend, is still by my side. A 'for all the marbles' good vs. evil battle to save the Secret City looms. The good guys are the Chyn nation, and a mind-blowing special guest star. The bad guys are thousands of... well, I don't really know what they are. But they are nasty, green, scary, and supposedly immortal. I need your help. Get your copy of the Secret City before it's too late. I can't do this without you.

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Geof with BE Boucher

About The Author

B E Boucher is the author of the Jonster the Monster and the Bear trilogy. The Sceptre introduces Jonster the Monster and the Bear and friends to readers badly in need of good YA Fantasy stories. The Secret City is the second book in the series and continues the fantasy adventures of his beloved son Geof “the Bear,” who passed away in 2021 due to complications from brain cancer. To honor the spirit and values of his son, Boucher gives encouragement and hope to young people who are facing life threatening illnesses, bullying, or other tests of the soul. Geof was an “I got this” battler and an inspiration to everyone he touched. In the trilogy, the Bear teaches young people that their troubles can be overcome with humor, imagination, and a never say die attitude.
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Bryce and Irina eagerly anticipated their meeting with Jon Gries and Efren Ramirez, where they presented a special copy of The Sceptre to Jon Heder, the iconic Napoleon Dynamite. Jon’s warmth and humor provided Geof with immense comfort and inspiration during the final months of his life. I will forever be grateful for his kindness. It is intriguing to note that both Jon Heder and Jon Gries spell their name the same as Jonster The Monster.

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The audio version of the Sceptre is available on audible through the beautiful narration of Steven Lloyd. Steven is well known throughout the entertainment industry. Millions will recognize him as the voice of wrong numbers in Chicago. Steven is available for voiceover work and can be contacted through this website

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