Charlie Hernandez and The Castle of Bones Novel & $25 Visa GC Giveaway
As a follow up to the 2018 novel, Charlie Hernández and the League of Shadows, author Ryan Cajelo, continues his dream of bringing delightful stories to fruition. The continuing series, Charlie Hernández and the Castle of Bones, is A MUST READ for kids!
Inspired by Hispanic folklore, legends, and myths from the Iberian Peninsula and Central and South America, this bold sequel to Charlie Hernández & the League of Shadows, which Booklist called “a perfect pick for kids who love Rick Riordan” in a starred review, follows Charlie as he continues on his quest to embrace his morphling identity.
About the Author
Charlie Hernandez still likes to think of himself as a normal kid. But what’s normal about being a demon-slaying preteen with an encyclopedic knowledge of Hispanic and Latino mythology who can partially manifest nearly any animal trait found in nature? Well, not much. But, Charlie believes he can get used to this new “normal,” because being able to sprout wings or morph fins is pretty cool.
But there is a downside: it means having to constantly watch his back for La Mano Peluda’s sinister schemes. And when the leader of La Liga, the Witch Queen Jo herself, is suddenly kidnapped, Charlie’s sure they’re at it again.
Determined to save the queen and keep La Liga’s alliances intact, Charlie and his good friend Violet Rey embark on a perilous journey to track down her captors. As Charlie and Violet are drawn deeper into a world of monstruos and magia they are soon left with more questions than answers—like, why do they keep hearing rumors of dead men walking, and why is Charlie suddenly having visions of an ancient evil: a necromancer priest who’s been dead for more than five centuries?
Charlie’s abuela once told him that when dead men walk, the living run in fear. And Charlie’s about to learn the truth of that—the hard way.
About the Author
Ryan Calejo was born and raised in south Florida. He graduated from the University of Miami with a BA. He’s been invited to join both the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and the Golden Key International Honour Society. He teaches swimming to elementary school students, chess to middle school students, and writing to high school students. Having been born into a family of immigrants and growing up in the so-called “Capital of Latin America,” Ryan knows the importance of diversity in our communities and is passionate about writing books that children of all ethnicities can relate to. His first novel was Charlie Hernández & the League of Shadows.
You can find more detail about this delightful novel on Simon and Schuster. You can also purchase this wonderful novel online on Amazon.
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1 WINNER will each receive a copy of Charlie Hernandez and the Castle of Bones Book AND $25 Visa GC! A second winner will receive a copy of the book.
Giveaway is open to US Residents, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).
The giveaway ends 11/20/19.
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51 thoughts on “Charlie Hernandez and The Castle of Bones Novel & $25 Visa GC Giveaway”
I loved fantasy books.
I loved the Tamora Pierce books.
TBH I was a huge romance reader when I was a teen, so I can’t remember a lot of other books read. I guess Stephen King books sometimes.
The Nancy Drew books.
I loved to read Sweet Valley High and The baby sitters club
I would read Sweet Valley Twins, R L Stine and Christopher Pike books.
I always loved the Nancy Drew books.
I loved to read Stephen King books and ghosts books, mysteries too.
Liked Stephen King books.
My sisters and I read all the Nancy Drew books.
I honestly read a ton of Stephen King as a teen!
A Boy Called “IT” was and still is my all time favorite book! I wish there were more like it, I know there are so many similar yet untold stories.
I enjoyed reading Judy Blume as a teen. I loved reading, although I can’t remember what exactly I read as a teen.
I liked a wide range of book genres as a teen, but I enjoyed romance, and fantasy a lot. Harry Potter was a good series to read! Thank you for the chance to win!
I loved reading Agatha Christie’s books
When I was growing up I liked the Nancy Drew books.
I loved anything with humor… Hitchhikers Guide, Stainless Steel Rat, Silver sanurai surfing robot…
I actually loved The Clan of the Cave Bear series and John Steinbeck books.
As a young teen I loved the Babysitters Club series!
“What are some of your favorite books you read as a teen?” I liked Aldous Huxley–books like “Brave New World,” “Island,” and “After Many a Summer Dies the Swan.”
narnia and harry potter!
I read Stephen King books when I was a teen.
I did not read unless it was for school
I loved reading Agatha Christie mysteries when I was a teenager.
I read everything as a teen but I loved Sweet Valley High and Stephen King novels.
My favorite was The Lord of The Rings
My favorite book as a teen was The Giver by Lois Lowry.
I read romance novels mostly. Also mysteries, thank you.
I was a teen a long time ago. I didn’t read much until I go into my 20s.Then I read a lot of Stephen King.
I read nancy drew mysteries as a teen
I loved the Nancy Drew books and even Agatha Christie as a teen.
I didn’t read much as a teen. Luckily my kids love reading though!
I read the Hardy boy series.
I was a voracious reader as a teen, so it’s hard to choose one or two books! But I did fall in love with mysteries, working my way through Agatha Christie, then Arthur Conan Doyle 🙂
I liked reading the Anne of Green Gables series as a teen.
I really enjoyed 1984.
I enjoyed the Harry Potter and Percy Jackson books.
I loved reading anything with mystery and suspense and time travel. My dad was a big doctor who fan so that really influenced me.
My absolute favorite was called the education of little tree
I read pretty much everything as a teen. One that sticks out and was unusual for my age at the time was The Flambards. The show was on PBS and I was hooked. Excited to find it at the library.
I was reading the Laura Ingle books.
R.L. Stine books were my favorite!
I loved Sweet Valley High and The Babysitters Club books!
I enjoyed reading the Goosebumps books.
I read all of the Little House on the Prairie books.
I don’t remember ones from my teens. The ones that really stuck with me are ones from when I was little and in elementary school. My favorites were James & the Giant Peach and the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Thank you for the giveaway! Sounds like a wonderful read.
I honestly didn’t read much as a teen.
I read almost all of the Sweet Valley High books as a teen.
I enjoyed reading the books of Carl Barks as a teen.
One favorite was The Little Prince.
I really don’t remember what books that were on the top of my list as a teen, that feels like a lifetime ago! I do remember enjoying reading, but it was mostly whatever was assigned to us at school.
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