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Chaos reigns in Alypium. The baby dragons have disappeared. King Piter has lost the trust of his people. Balor and Damon Stain will become the new rulers. Get this from a library! Erec Rex. Book 2: the monsters of Otherness. [Kaza Kingsley; Mel Grant] -- Twelve-year-old Erec Rex discovers the hard way that doing. Reader: Simon Jones Extra: Introduction by author Kaza Kinglsley in which she shares her inspiration for Erec and his quests.
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Erec Rex. Book 2 : the monsters of Otherness
Erec Rex. Book 2: While the first, Balor, turned out alright, Damon and Dollick ended up progressively more messed up.
False Memories : Erec's memories of his father didn't even come from him. He has to decide whether to keep it, and fix the world's problems as an all-knowing hermit, or give it away and solve it by becoming King and stopping Baskania.
He chooses the latter, obviously. Friend to All Living Things : Jack is an unusual male example. Giant Enemy Crab : The ginglehoffers, which end up being one of the monsters in Alypium to be properly represented by most humans. Luckily, they have a fondness for marshmallows which can be used to distract them.
Good with Numbers : Bethany's specialty. Gorn : Erec and co. Thank goodness he eventually gets to forget this by changing the past. Gravity Screw : The sideways castle in Book 1 is Grumpy Bear : Oscar. However, he's more stuck up than he is a grouch.
Happily Adopted : Erec, most of the time.
He gets very mad at June for hiding his past from him, but he forgives her most of the time. Head Pet : Cutie Pie enjoys riding on Bethany's shoulders and head. Heart Is an Awesome Power : Many of the magical talents showcased in the book are a lot more epic and have better applications than it initially seems. For example, King Piter's ability to talk to plants actually gives him lots of insider information.
Being good at math helps make you a seer. And Jam's ability to "always be ready to serve" makes him an invaluable sidekick. Hero with Bad Publicity : Poor Erec.
Alypium really has it out for him. Humans Are Bastards : Happens hard in Book 2. Humble Hero : Jam, who despite risking his life multiple times over for Erec and his friends, constantly tells them to Think Nothing of It. Ill Girl : Erec's little sister Nell, who has difficulty walking. The Jeeves : Jam, butler to the west wing of Alypium Castle.
Do you have any odd and unusual habits which help you in regards to writing? I must have a movie soundtrack on and I always picture every scene as a movie before I can get it right. That really does help to picture scenes like movies — I do that to an extent, although not always consciously.
But I do have habits, for sure. When I sit down to write, I always have a cup of herbal or green tea with me, and some kind of organic chocolate. I know this has been answered before, but could you talk a little about where you were and what you were doing when you first had the idea for Erec Rex?
I had been getting into mythology, which set everything up for me. I think the further I went with it, I began to realize that I really had something exciting.
The Monsters of Otherness
You plotted the Erec Rex series for months before writing the first book. Did certain things change as you wrote the books? Yes, there were definitely some changes. But what amazes me is how most of the original plot is intact. Some writers tend to be perfectionists.
Do you ever catch yourself changing certain words as you read your book at appearances? I never thought about it, but I really do that.
I am a perfectionist, that is for sure. Every time I pick up a draft to edit it, I make changes.
Every time. I mean, I enjoy it, I do. But only to an extent. I like my privacy, too.
When the success of your book began to grow, did people begin to act different around you? The people who already knew me still treat me the same, which is good. But new people, who have only met me as a published author, do get a little excited sometimes! Some writers associate certain parts in their book with where they were when they wrote it.
Stephenie Meyer recounts how the inspiration for her book came in a dream.They follow him, staring like lost puppies. The real Danny and Sammy have been kidnapped. I loved this second installment of the Erec Rex series. Baskania is somehow getting information out of his friend, Oscar Felix. Shots ring out, and Erec waits for the sting of arrow and bullets, but then there is silence. Balthazar Ugry, not only evil, but with a terrible smell, seems to be the culprit.
The Monsters of Otherness (Erec Rex Book 2) by Kaza Kingsley
This couldn't be a worse time for Erec to be facing what he is. Once there, Erec finds himself faced with a choice.
I think I would listen to him read just about anything, judging by how he handles this series.