The Fellowship was fortunate enough to obtain a copy of FINDING GOSSAMYR #1 from Th3rd World Studios. David A. Rodriguez writes, and Sarah Ellerton draws.

Denny is a gifted little boy. He’s got the ability to solve any mathematical problem, no matter how complex, in a matter of seconds. He’s also got his sister Jenna to take care of him. She’s trying to get him into a school that can care for him, and one gives him a test—an unsolved equation of unbelievable complexity. And his solution does things even the school officials couldn’t foresee.

This is an old story: a child opens up a new and undiscovered world. But the reason it keeps being used is because it works, and its only limits are those imposed by the new world. This story is a wide-open adventure that could easily go in any direction. There is a bit of foreshadowing here, but not enough to limit the options. And the art is simply beautiful; it’s certainly a welcome change from all of the apocalyptic stuff that’s really popular right now (they use green!! J ).

This book has a couple of likable main characters and a brand new, beautiful world to explore. I’m really looking forward to seeing where this goes.

FINDING GOSSAMYR #1 is available now at your FLCS or by order from th3rdworld.com.


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