Synopses & Reviews
Hermux is in trouble again. This time, all of Pinchester is in an uproar over his friend Mirrin Stentrills new paintingsmonumental portraits of cats! After all, everyone knows cats never really existed. Then a mysterious old chipmunk appears in Hermuxs shop with what he claims to be a map to the royal library of a prehistoric kingdom of cats. Before long, Hermux is hot on a trail of treachery and deceit leading all the way to an ancient tomb that lies buried in . . . the sands of time.
Hoeyes galloping plot, evocative descriptions and exuberantly sophisticated wit keep the pages rapidly turning. (Publishers Weekly)
This second book, The Sands of Time, continues the adventures of Hermux Tantamoq, mouse and watchmaker in the imaginary city of Pinchester.
"Galloping plot, evocative descriptions and exuberantly sophisticated wit keep the pages rapidly turning."--Publisher's Weekly
When the museum announces a show of Mirrin Stentrill s latest paintings monumental, visionary portraits of cats Mayor Hooster Pinkwiggin vows to shut it down. Cats are a touchy subject amoung Pinchester s mostly small-rodent population. Complications arise when a mysterious chipmunk named Birch Tentintrotter claims to have a map to the royal library of an ancient kingdom of cats. When Birch recruits Hermux to help him find the library, they discover they re not the only ones looking for it."
About the Author
Michael Hoeye lives in Oregon.