Freedom of Choice: The Vagabond's Tale: An Exciting Tale of Folklore and Mythology in the Island of Bermuda

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Freedom of Choice: The Vagabond's Tale: An Exciting Tale of Folklore and Mythology in the Island of Bermuda

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Freedom of Choice: The Vagabond's Tale:
An Exciting Tale of Folklore and Mythology in the Island of Bermuda

by Susan Palmer

In this charming fantasy set on the enchanting (and perhaps enchanted) island of Bermuda, a 9 year old orphaned girl discovers the long-hidden entrance to the mysterious Crystal Caves. Chelsea, drawn by its beauty, begins to explore and meets Krystal, the mermaid, who is caretaker of the cave. Through Krystal, Chelsea learns of the dark secret that the cave holds and of the riddle that must be solved to find her missing parents. With excitement abounding, Chelsea embarks on an enchanting quest to solve 'The Riddle', and comes into contact with many colorful characters and mystical creatures, including 'Caustix' the cat and "Pringles' the frog. During her quest, young Chelsea learns some important lessons about life and particularly the lessons of respect and tolerance. She also shares with us a heartwarming and exhilarating look at native Bermudian life and customs.

About the Author

Susan Palmer is a native Bermudian who has travelled widely. She was educated at St.Frances college in Brooklyn Heights, New York. After living abroad for almost ten years. She came back to Bermuda, after being called to her mother's sick bed. She then decided to stay in Bermuda. She is currently the owner of a small wholesale business and shares her time as tour coordinator and cashier for Crystal Caves. She is an adventurous individual who loves children. She especially loves telling them stories like the one printed on these pages. Her intense appreciation for the importance of cave preservation is what inspired her to write this book.

Susan currently resides in a house by the ocean with her dog 'Bingy' - the love of her life.

(2010, paperback, 162 pages)