Richard Ford, a novelist and short story writer, is best known for a trilogy of prize-winning books featuring Frank Bascombe, a middle-aged Everyman from suburban New Jersey. Independence Day, the second Bascombe novel, won both the Pulitzer Prize and the Pen Faulkner Award. Canada, a more recent bestseller that inhabits the consciousness of a fragile teenager after his family implodes, is another quiet masterpiece from one of America’s most acclaimed writers.
Quest For The Faradawnby Richard Ford
And so it came to pass, in the time of man's great war, that a human child
Deep in the ancient forest that the creatures called the Wild Wood amid the scented bracken and towering beeches, there were whispers of a legend whose ending was lost in the mists of time. It told of a heroic journey and a saviour destined to possess the secret power of the Faradawn.
And so it came to pass, in the time of man's great war, that a human child brought the legend to life. Sensing, without knowing why, that it must begin a special, magical guest, he journeyed through the magical kingdoms of the world, his path filled with awesome marvels and strange terrors, his story a celebration of love, courage, and all that is brightest and best in life.
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Meet the Author
- Date of Birth:
- February 16, 1944
- Place of Birth:
- Jackson, Mississippi
- B.A., Michigan State University, 1966; M.F.A., University of California, Irvine, 1970
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