Los Angeles, CA, September 11, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The story: Stanley Robeski, a nerdy 12-year-old, incorporates an old cape that "feels like it's alive" into his magic act. He's a big hit when the cape elevates him high above the audience, mystifying all at his school.
Later, he and his best friends, Ronnie and Neil, find secret instructions on how to operate the cape which--when properly energized--can soar like an eagle.
But Red agents arrive in town to confiscate the cape at any price--even murder. Further, Stanley's mom inadvertently tells the Red Leader where to find the boy.
Can Stanley escape? Where can he go? What mysterious powers does the cape possess?
"Kid with the Cape" is a suitable read for kids 10 and over up through teens and adults because everybody deep down wants to be the "kid with the cape" who saves the day. So if you like that Harry guy and Indiana Jones, you will fall for the cute, blond "kid." This e-book also features 16 excellent illustrations by Charlotte Tarlitz.
A thumbnail review by James W. Bennett, YA author of over ten books, states: "'Kid with the Cape' is a high-octane kids' action-adventure that gives you your money's worth."
Michael Edwards, Producer, Premier Attractions, said: "'Kid with the Cape' is an action-packed adventure based on an excellent screenplay, and will make a great movie someday soon."