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The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica

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The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica is the title of a series of books written by James A. Owen. The books tell a fictional story of John (J.R.R. Tolkien), Charles (Charles Williams), and Jack (C.S. Lewis). Four books have been published to-date, and there are plans to publish a total of seven books in the series.

Warner Brothers has bought the filming rights to The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica and Rick Porras, co-producer of The Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy, will be a part of the production team[1].

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Books

From the publisher

The Imaginarium Geographica. . .
"What is it?" John asked.
The little man blinked and arched an eyebrow. "It is the world, my boy," he said. "All the World, in ink and blood, vellum and parchment, leather and hide. It is the World, and it is yours to save or lose."

An unusual murder brings together three strangers, John, Jack, and Charles, on a rainy night in London during the First World War. An eccentric little man called Bert tells them that they are now the caretakers of The Imaginarium Geographica—an atlas of all the lands that have ever existed in myth and legend, fable and fairy tale. These lands, Bert claims, can be traveled to in his ship The Indigo Dragon, one of only seven vessels that is able to cross the Frontier between worlds into the Archipelago of Dreams.

Pursued by strange and terrifying creatures, the companions flee London aboard the Dragonship. Traveling to the very realm of the imagination itself, they must learn to overcome their fears and trust in one another if they are to defeat the dark forces that threaten the destiny of two worlds. And in the process, they will share a great adventure filled with clues that lead readers to the surprise revelation of the legendary storytellers these men will one day become.

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References

  1. "'Eagle Eye' scribe to adapt 'Dragons' books" by Jay A. Fernandez, on The Hollywood Reporter, April 12, 2010. (external link)