Strange Metamorphosis – Book Trailer
Synopsis: When a boy is faced with a choice between two tracks for his future, an unlikely source sends him on an expedition across a meadow...as a bug. Forced to trust his instincts and follow his heart, he must complete his quest before it is too late to return to the land of humans. Marcel is at a crossroads. He has been offered an apprenticeship at Villeneuve, the neighboring country manor, which would allow him to follow in his late father's footsteps. At the same time, he has won a scholarship at a renowned technical college in Paris, a move that would require him to face the unknown with no guarantee of success. His friend Julia, a city girl through and through, is encouraging him to take a chance and go to Paris. Unknown to Marcel, she has her own reasons to recommend this as well. As the machinations of Marcel's world and that of Villeneuve unfold, Marcel finds help in the most unlikely source imaginable: an ancient oak tree. Progressively turned into a bug, Marcel must go on a quest across the meadow to feast on the royal jelly in order to return to his human form. Forced to carve his own path and follow his heart, he sets off and quickly finds himself teaming up with a wonderful group of insects, each of which has their own agenda. And with time running out and his existence in peril, Marcel must fight to the finish, or die a bug.
This is a great book trailer, maybe one of the best I have seen in a while. It was really enjoyable. I think they used a great slide show program that gave it an inquisitive feeling. It made me want to know more. Although some of the text wasn’t perfect, the music and images were […]
This is a great book trailer, maybe one of the best I have seen in a while. It was really enjoyable. I think they used a great slide show program that gave it an inquisitive feeling. It made me want to know more. Although some of the text wasn’t perfect, the music and images were enough to keep my attention throughout. I think it was a good book trailer and the book is something I could get into.
Take a look at A Strange Metamorphosis on Goodreads.
About the Author
P.C.R. (Paul Colin Richard) Monk was born in Exmouth, Devon, grew up in Southeast England then spent over 20 years living in France with a three-year stint in Spain. A qualified linguist, he worked for nine years as a teacher then moved into the digital world, where he wrote various scripts and story worlds for video game titles and authored an interactive language learning course. He now lives with his French wife and their three young boys near Cambridge in England.
Author Site http://www.pcrmonk.com/