Hamelin Stoop Series

The Hamelin Stoop series is a fantasy for young adult and adult readers, and involves strange creatures, worlds, and battles of good and evil.

Robert B. Sloan has written non-fiction for many years, but writing fiction has been a life-long ambition. Work on this fantasy series began 11 years ago in St. Andrews, Scotland. It has been an experience that is intertwined with the larger story arc of his own experiences of teaching, leading, and envisioning.

young boy faces a glowing eagle in a blue cave with a black background, Hamelin Stoop: The Eagle, the Cave, and the Footbridge by Robert B. Sloan

The Eagle, the Cave, and the Footbridge

Guided by the Great Eagle through a mysterious cave, eleven-year-old Hamelin must pass a dangerous test of courage before he can find his parents. Hamelin’s failures, fears, and hopes become part of a larger story, a story of a great struggle between worlds and kingdoms where the old myths of magic, evil contracts, and enslaved children turn out to be real.

Hamelin Stoop: the Lost Princess and the Jewel of Periluna

The Lost Princess and the Jewel of Periluna

In this volume, Hamelin faces an enchanting deception that leads him to the Land of Gloaming. There, on the other side of the Atrium of the Worlds, he meets friends whose quests to find a lost sister and recover a stolen jewel of light and life result in daring and dangerous adventures for all of them.

From readers:

Read an excerpt of Book 1 at Storey Book Reviews.

Reviews of Books 1 and 2 can be found at the Book Faerie blog here.

A review of Book 2 will be at Mom Loves 2 Read soon.

An interview with Dr. Robert Sloan about the books can be found at BeliefNet.com.

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