Mary Baker and The Eye of the Tiger

Mary Baker and The Eye of the Tiger Mary Baker isn t happy She s bullied by a mother who hates her and her mother s boyfriend who is a redneck plumber with a big gut It s only the mysterious surprises that keep happening to her that ma

  • Title: Mary Baker and The Eye of the Tiger
  • Author: D.M. Cherubim
  • ISBN: 9781482659696
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mary Baker isn t happy She s bullied by a mother who hates her and her mother s boyfriend, who is a redneck plumber with a big gut It s only the mysterious surprises that keep happening to her that make her life fun Or interesting Like the anonymous gifts that come in the mail or the flocks of black birds that follow her Then one day, a death and a mysterious, magicalMary Baker isn t happy She s bullied by a mother who hates her and her mother s boyfriend, who is a redneck plumber with a big gut It s only the mysterious surprises that keep happening to her that make her life fun Or interesting Like the anonymous gifts that come in the mail or the flocks of black birds that follow her Then one day, a death and a mysterious, magical stone with symbols on it, called The Eye of the Tiger, bring her great wealth and a new life attending a school of white magic This sometimes amusing adventure includes misspells which hit the wrong people with funny results, and real spells and rituals that have powerful consequences All is going well until a hooded figure steals the stone Now, her riches in jeopardy, Mary and her friends soon find themselves in real danger as they come up against a young woman who can t decide if she s evil or good and a truly evil wizard, who just wants the stone for the wealth it will bring.

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    • D.M. Cherubim

      AUTHOR BIO D.M Cherubim recently finished the beta reads for his middle grade fantasy, tentatively titled Mary Baker and The Eye of the Tiger The book now is being rewritten, and is expected to be published sometime in 2015.During the beta reads, the book received good reviews from readers, Kirkus and a Silver Medal from Readers Favorite It s a rare and unusual YA book about God and magic.Cherubim plans to look for an agent and publisher for the middle grade fantasy, when the rewrite is finished He also is working on several other projects, including a thriller murder mystery called Black on Water.

    652 thoughts on “Mary Baker and The Eye of the Tiger

    • D. M. Cherubim's new indie book (book lingo for independently published), The Eye of the Tiger, is an excellent book. It is a well-woven novel just awaiting to be read. (Yes, I said 'awaiting') Mary Baker's abusive mother, Anne, decides to marry her boy-friend, potbelly George. When the phone rings, a man named Jerry answers. Turns out, Mary's beloved-but-rarely-seen grandfather is a dead millionare. Immediatly, Anne drops everything. No, she does NOT care about her father, Anne just really want [...]


    • I originally bought this book for my little sister, who is in the 7th grade. She read through the book faster than any other, and so I decided to give it a read this past weekend. Now I see what all the fuss was about! This is a great story for any age. It has elements of fantasy, magic, and action, but it's really hard to categorize this book, because it touches on many different genres.The characters are instantly likeable, especially little Mary Baker. But the dialogue between her and friends [...]


    • I throughly enjoyed reading Mary Baker and the Eye of the Tiger. There's something about this book that is just magical. Granted, it is about magic, but it is so much more than that. If you are a Harry Potter fan, you will love this book. There were hateful parents, mysterious relatives, a large inheritance, a magical school, and a handful of good friends to protect the eye of the tiger stone. The best part was that this story was from the perspective of a young girl, instead of a boy, so you're [...]



    • This is a review someone posted on after reading the book: Mary Baker and The Eye of the Tiger: "Mary Baker and The Eye of the Tiger" is truly something in the way of magic itself--spellbinding, enchanting, bewitching, and all-around spectacular to the last drop. The vernacular is descriptive but also motivating (a rare marriage on any literary front). Those who bask in the power of the written word will thrill in Cherubim's expressive talent, and those who savor the acuity and satisfaction of [...]


    • Overall, this book was good (3/5). At first, the story was almost too childishly cliche for my taste, but then I realized it was intended as a children's fantasy novel. The beginning was a little slow and I found myself being annoyed by Mary's constant crying. Her situation is sad, but having the main character cry every few paragraphs was overbearing. However, the story redeems itself by picking up in both speed and action towards the middle/latter half of the novel, where it sucks you into the [...]


    • All you Harry Potter fans searching for a magical experience need not look further than D.M. Cherubim’s novel, Mary Baker and the Eye of the Tiger. Mary Baker is a fifth grade girl abused by her mother, Anna, and Anna’s boyfriend George. The little girl’s only place of refuge is a closet and a good book. The family member that could save Mary from her mother’s negligence is an aged grandfather who lives far away on an apple orchard. Selenia Brown, a powerful sorceress who lives across to [...]


    • I won this book on a giveaway a while back.I really did appreciate the dedicatory and words that the author wrote in it. I apologize to the author for taking me too long to come around to read, it was nothing personal. I have been feeling guilty for not Reading when I got it but I’m looking forward to reading it now.I enjoyed Reading this book. I understand why some people compare it to Harry Potter, it has some similarities but it’s different story altogether.It’s well written and the ch [...]


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