Driftwood's Crusade

Overview

The Driftwood Saga continues in an exciting adventure full of ghosts, goddesses, giants, magical creatures, time travel and camp games.

Summoned by the ghost of a slain boy, Driftwood the young magician and her best friend, Rose, journey to Africa to free children from a slave cocoa farm. Another tortured spirit then leads them to China in an attempt to free young factory workers. Meanwhile, Hans Blekansit, Driftwood’s evil father, is turning his employees into giants that roam ...

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Overview

The Driftwood Saga continues in an exciting adventure full of ghosts, goddesses, giants, magical creatures, time travel and camp games.

Summoned by the ghost of a slain boy, Driftwood the young magician and her best friend, Rose, journey to Africa to free children from a slave cocoa farm. Another tortured spirit then leads them to China in an attempt to free young factory workers. Meanwhile, Hans Blekansit, Driftwood’s evil father, is turning his employees into giants that roam the country eating forests and mountains to spew out Blekan-Marts, stores which are selling cheap products created by enslaved children. Will Driftwood be able to grapple with the complex problems and monstrous forces that confront her at every turn?

The second tale in the five volume epic, Driftwood’s Crusade is a powerful and fun fantasy written by James Davidge (The Wandering Stars comic book series) and featuring illustrations by Judd Palmer, creator of the Governor General’s Literary Award nominated Preposterous Fables for Unusual Children.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781896209920
  • Publisher: Bayeux Arts, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/1/2010
  • Series: Driftwood Saga Series
  • Edition description: 1
  • Pages: 246
  • Age range: 9 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 4.40 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

James Davidge teaches math, science and creative writing at the Willow Park School for Arts-Centred Learning in Calgary, Alberta. He is the author of the Driftwood Saga series of novels. His graphic novels include Mathemagick & Mystiphysics featuring the Wandering Stars drawn by Jesse Davidge and The Duchess Ranch of Old John Ware drawn by Bob Prodor. Both are due to be released by Bayeux in the spring of 2010. When not writing or teaching, James loves spending time with his partner, Christa, and their wonderful daughter, Ella.

Visit James Davidge's Den: http://www.jamesdavidge.blogspot.com/

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