“Do you know what is terrible about being eight years old?”
Dragged to St Peter’s Basilica in Rome, Maxwell wonders what can be worse. On holiday with his parents, the list of boring visits grows too much for his taste. Max wants to become a knight and rescue princesses, not to discover already known places.
Then a secret is uncovered, and Max jumps on the occasion to make a wonderful discovery. He is a genius after all.
But the world can be enormous when you are a child, and finding his parents turns out to be quite a challenge. Who is going to help him?
A cute and funny story of imagination, curiosity and adventure.
What they say about the book
“A wonderful story that transports you back to a time you were a child, on holiday with your parents and wishing for adventure. A page turner without doubt and highly recommended.”
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ from Richard on Amazon.co.uk
“A beautiful story of an 8 years old boy full of dreams and imagination. I really liked to discover the world with Maxwell eyes’. It’s very well written with a touch of humour, don’t hesitate to read it!”
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ from Anaelle on Amazon.co.uk
“Naivety, hyperactivity, an imaginary world where he can be a hero. All the factors are there to put ourselves in this child’s place, and perhaps to remind us what it is to be a child. We feel the boundaries between the adult/real world and the childhood/dream one. The point of view is just right. Bravo.”
⭐⭐⭐⭐ from Amazon Customer on Amazon.fr
“Nice short story. I particularly appreciated the writing style of the author full of humour, and found the story very true and realistic.”
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ from Amazon Customer on Amazon.fr
Want to know more?
Go behind the scene and discover how Finding Maxwell came to life. Where does Maxwell come from? Why is he 8 years old? Has the author been in Rome before?