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The Sands of Time

A Hermux Tantamoq Adventure

by Michael Hoeye

The Sands of Time
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    Sep 2002, 288 pages
    Oct 2003, 288 pages

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Gwen (06/10/04)

I love this book! Its the exact book i've been looking for! I hope you read it and enjoy it as much as I did!
Alex (again) (04/22/04)

I am almost 13 years old and I have read both Time Stops For No Mouse and The Sands Of Time, and I was dissappointed to see them end. These truly are great books. They are very exciting and the plots are magnificent! I highly recommend this story to any aspiring readers. It will be self-beneficial!
Alex (04/22/04)

The Sands Of TimeText is a great book for children ages 9-13. It is action packed and full of detail. Michael Hoeye's second novel is one to be read, and cherished.
Mad (12/15/03)

This is a great book for everyone
boo (12/15/03)

the book is lousy completely a failure
Daniel (11/10/03)

This is a good book for teens. The Sands of Time: A Hermux Tantamoq adventure is an adventure/fantasy book about mice...Find out for yourself, it's that good.
Age: 14
Jazzmyn (06/22/03)

I really enjoyed reading "Time Stops For No Mouse." It is a great book and I am reading it for the second time. It seemed so much like humans, I forgot for a minute he was a mouse! I can't wait to read more books from Michael Hoeyes!!! I am almost twelve, and I thought Hermux has the greatest pet!
Silly Billy (06/12/03)

i absolutely loved this book. it uses so many descriptive words and phrases that draw you in and won't let you go. it also has a very intriguing plot.

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