The Guardian’s Wyrd, a fantasy adventure book set in Hout Bay, has received five star praise ahead of its release today.
The book, written by the prolific writer and editor Nerine Dorman, is available from online stores today and is the story of Jay September, a mixed-race boy from Hout Bay who follows his friend Rowan into the deadly politics of the magical realm of Sunthyst.
Reviewers have called it ‘a lovely, sometimes harrowing, sometimes heartbreaking tale’.
The book is a story of friendship, of magic and best of all: an adventure that will get your kids excited about reading again.
But, here’s more about the book:
Sometimes having a fairytale prince as a best friend can be a real pain.
Jay didn't realise that sticking up for Rowan, the gangly new kid at school, would plunge him into the dangers and politics of the magical realm of Sunthyst. But if anyone is up for the challenge it's Jay September. With his trusty dog, Shadow, at his side, he braves the watcher in the dark that guards the tunnels between the worlds, and undertakes a dangerous quest to rescue the prince.
It's a race against time – can he sneak Prince Rowan away from under King Lessian's nose and bring him safely back home – all before the prince's sixteenth birthday? Or is Rowan's mother, the exiled Queen Persia, secretly trying to hold onto her power by denying her son his birthright?
Jay is ready for anything, except, perhaps, the suffocating darkness of the tunnels. And that howling …
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