from a photograph by Premgit
A Tale from the Bronze Age
A clan from what is now known as West Cornwall see what is coming through their seers, particularly the narrator, a young boy who has special gifts. They realise that their entire culture is about to be lost, and go on a momentous quest around the British Isles to gather hundreds more to their cause in order to preserve what they love. They have a solution, and that solution means tapping into ancient strategies and attempting something so daring it will take all the oratory skill the leaders have to persuade others it is even possible.
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Paperback : 106 pages
ISBN-13 : 979-8430155650
Dimensions : 14.81 x 0.61 x 21.01 cm
I am sure it was not just the words of reassurance that helped, but also the sight of Avelon in the distance, a beacon of quiet hope in the midst of the muddy waters and grey skies. There was some urgency that day as we could smell rain in the air. I think Hok didn’t say this as many would already know, and those who didn’t would be happier not knowing.
Two scouts were waiting with twenty-seven barks where the land was above the waters one last time before Avelon, now within an arrow’s flight. The two Keepers with our scouts greeted us kindly, their eyes wide at the sight of our multitude.