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Rhys's Guestbook

02-06-2014 11:28
Andrew Greene

Though founded in children's fantasy, The Stories of Rhys serves as an allegory for children and a salutary preparation for the rough and the smooth of life, and an inspiration when life becomes overwhelming. In style as clear as a Welsh mountain stream, children will surely identify with Rhys. Although he is a dragon, he is cast in the context of a much-loved child to his widowed mother, so I soon found him likeable and was rooting for him in the light of the machinations to befall him from the evil black dragon. Having spent three years living in Wales I can well identify with the vivid description of The Orme. The setting is ideal to launch Rhys' life and destiny for children whose eyes need to be unblinkered by the trappings of the commercial world. Christopher Williams has an individual and endearing way of stimulating the sense of wonder and an interest in reading, not only for children of 8-11 but for the child which, hopefully, still resides in most of us.

Thank you Andrew. I'm glad you enjoyed it so much. Christopher R. Williams

06-02-2014 04:54
Mark Lane

Thanks for sending those great eBooks to your fans down under in Australia! Our little dragon-boy son Rhys will love them!!

Hi Mark, thank you so much. Christopher R. Williams

12-11-2012 16:39
leonbartlett ( northhamtion , enland ) leonbartlett <at> hotmail <dot> co <dot> uk
: leon

hi thank you for telling me

You are welcome Leon. Regards, Christopher R. Williams

11-11-2012 18:20
leonbartlett ( northhamtion , enland ) leonbartlett <at> hotmail <dot> co <dot> uk
: hello


Hi Leon, the Kindle books cost £2.94. Use the link on the home page to find the Amazon website.

Regards, Christopher R. Williams

12-10-2012 20:18

Hey my name is rhys too and i made welsh cakes this week.

Hi Rhys, well done! Have you bought the Kindle eBook?  Regards, Christopher R. Williams

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