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Mookie : A girl in Maximsubornia by Joseph…

Mookie : A girl in Maximsubornia

by Joseph Chomiak

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Mookie, a girl in Maximsubornia is the story of imagination gone wondering, of a girl and a land of unlimited possiblity. Lured by a flower from another world, Mookie comes face to face with countless creatures of fantasy. From Moordags to M'rithnids to a half-mad inventor named Thromb, Mookie finds herself flying, falling, sinking, and crawling, and running, and everything in between.

Maximsubornia is the land of pure imagination. Mookie finds herself trapped in this land where everything is imaginary, and everything is real.

Will Mookie find her way home, will she be trapped forever, or will she just be a bit late coming back from recess?

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:24:20 -0400)

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