Beast-Speaker – Book Two

$24.95 inc. GST

Dragon Friend
by: W.A. Noble

310 pages
129mm x 198mm
ISBN: 9780648164265
Publish date: 7.11.2017

SKU: 9780648164265 Category:

Description

Escaping from Midrash was not easy, even riding on the back of a dragon. Seeger promised his friend Boyd he would return with help to set him and the other child soldiers free from the brutality of the Midrashi.

What he does not know is that it will nearly be a year before he finally returns, across the desert, with an army and five dragons. But what will he find after all this time? Can the Midrashi be defeated? And what has become of Boyd and the other children?

About the author

Wendy Noble has an Advanced Diploma of Education, a Graduate Diploma in Christian Studies and a Master of Arts in Creative Writing, but can’t remember her own phone number. She has been a primary school teacher, a librarian in a Theological College, has sold women’s fashion and has sung folk music in country pubs. Wendy and her husband live in Gawler, South Australia. You can visit Wendy on her Facebook page: @AuthorWendyNoble or on her blog: www.wendynoble.com

Reviews

  1. Valerie Volk, author of Even Grimmer Tales, Bystanders, and The Oberammergau Tales

    Both allegory and action-packed story, Beast-Speaker keeps the reader fascinated all the way through this well-developed tale.

  2. Gary Williams, Heavenly Whispers

    The Beast-speaker books’ theme – the kidnapping and exploitation of children to become part of a war machine – is both fascinating and challenging. It raises uncomfortable questions for today’s world, with frightening parallels to our own indifference and disregard for the plight of stolen children. Thoroughly enjoyable and hard to put down.

  3. Rosanne Hawke, author of Wolfchild, Across the Creek and The Leopard Princess

    Seeger has promised to rescue his fellow child soldiers from dangerous Midrash but it’s a perilous undertaking with sacrifices to be made. I too wanted to be a dragon-friend, riding the wind and touching the sky. This is an absorbing fantasy peopled with rich and diverse human and animal characters, disturbing yet inspiring, and surprisingly funny.

  4. From the postscript on Child Soldiers by Rev Tim Costello, Chief Advocate, World Vision Australia

    We recognise the invaluable role that public campaigning – and books such as this – that bring  the reality of child recruitment to public attention – have in keeping this important issue in the international media and in influencing change.

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