A Treespeaker is one with his forest, moving with its spirit, inseparably bound to it.
Terrifying visions warn Jakan that a visitor to his tribe is not who he claims to be. As the villagers fall under the spell of the stranger’s mind-bending sorcery, Jakan grows desperate to be rid of him. Events take a sinister turn when he accuses the stranger of sacrilege — and it is Jakan, not the outsider, who is expelled from the forest.
Join Jakan on his perilous journey across a blighted land as he searches for the secret that will save his people — and himself.
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MARK OF THE DRAGON QUEEN
Kira has led a sheltered life, brought up by her widowed father, whom she adores. When he is arrested and imprisoned for a murder he allegedly committed 18 years before, she is devastated. So when she overhears an ex-student of her father's planning to visit the prison, Kira decides to go, too. However, the student - Arun - is not who she thinks he is, and she soon learns that her father has not always been the man of integrity she has known for fifteen years.
Caught in a rebellion against the Lord High Councillor who would return the country to Wizard Rule, Kira finds that there is one more lesson she has to learn - about herself. Success depends on her, but is she willing to make the sacrifice it will require?
A book for Young Adults, but suitable for all ages.
THE DRAGON BOX
When eleven-year-old James is given an electronic game by his old neighbour, he is intrigued by the absence of a screen. He soon finds that in 'The Dragon Box' there is no need for a screen. He's in for a game like no other he has played before. Can he win the crystal of Mommek and save the Kingdom of Grobnog from Khalana the witch? Or will he fail and lose a good friend in the process?
Fantasy with a touch of SciFi
SONG OF THE JIKHOSHI
When twelve-year-old Zanarr learns the secret of his birth, he begins to wonder where he really belongs. After an earthquake devastates the Tribal Gathering, others, too, question the wisdom of allowing him to stay. But when his attempt to save someone's life goes dreadfully wrong, there is no choice left to him. Now he must try to make a home outside the forest. Will he be forced to follow in the steps of a man reviled both in and out of the forest, in order to survive?
Sequel to "Treespeaker"
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