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#2369735 in Books 2015-09-30Original language:EnglishPDF # 1 7.99 x .25 x 7.99l, .67 #File Name: 194195827344 pages | File size: 71.Mb Craig Rex Perry : The Soul of Harmony: Book One: The Promise before purchasing it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised The Soul of Harmony: Book One: The Promise: 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Loved it! Can't wait for the second installmentBy PamelaDallasLoved it! Can't wait for the second installment.0 of 1 people found the following review helpful. A sumptuously illustrated musical adventureBy NarrelleCedar Grove Books, which published the fun Draculiza, has another kids book out The Soul of Harmony. Its the first in a series about a young girl, Harmony Walker, and her family living in New York in the jazz age. Her father, Eazy Walker, is a horn player down on his luck. His lucks about to change, after Harmony, playing with her friend Juan Carlos, accidentally breaks Eazys trumpet mouthpiece. Looking for a replacement, Harmony makes an unwise deal with a mysterious woman in exchange for a magical mouthpiece. After a year of fame and fortune, the woman shows up to collect her duesThe Soul of Harmony is a gorgeous looking book. Craig Rex Perrys artwork is striking, full of bold colours and dynamic layouts. Theres a real sense of movement and atmosphere.The Promise is part one of a continuing story, so it ends on a cliffhanger after dealing with the main plot. There is a sneak peak of part two, Running Away with the Rhythm, at the back of the book, which is scheduled for release later this year.Through text and image, The Promise unfolds at a satisfyingly swift pace. The power of the story is very much vested in the gorgeous art. Some tense changes in the text can feel muddling, though I found that when I read it aloud, the shifts felt like a natural part of spoken storytelling throwing in the present tense to set scenes and heighten immediacy.Its a lively tale a sumptuously illustrated musical adventure, full of action and suspense.
This music-driven action adventure follows the near capture of young Harmony Walker and her famous dad, blues and jazz musician, John "Eazy" Walker. Seduced by promises of fame and fortune, Harmony enters into a pact with a mysterious woman and accepts possession of a magical mouthpiece, with the promise to return it in one year. Unbeknownst to the Walkers, the mouthpiece was stolen from the Horn of Gabriel by the woman who is actually an evil demon in disguise named Demonica Shadows. After one year of fame, fortune, and travels, Harmony refuses to return the ancient artifact thinking the woman has forgotten about it, but the evil woman finds Harmony and uses her demonic powers to change Eazy into an old man and tries to claim Harmony's soul. Narrowly escaping with their lives and finally understanding the power of the mouthpiece, the Walkers run from the forces of evil that are waiting and watching for their chance to regain possession of the magical artifact. Through text and image, The Promise unfolds at a satisfyingly swift pace. The power of the story is very much vested in the gorgeous art . . . Its a lively tale a sumptuously illustrated musical adventure, full of action and suspense. Narrelle M. Harris, author, The Adventure of the Colonial Boy