A Descent Unravelling

A Descent Unravelling

by Tim Haley
A Descent Unravelling

A Descent Unravelling

by Tim Haley


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This is a story of adventure, friendship, and self-discovery firmly rooted in the culture, dramatic landscape, and magic of northern Vancouver Island.

When a hike in the woods goes horribly wrong, young Shirley is forced to think on her feet and grow up quickly. While saving her father from a terrible fall, she notices an unusual cave in the distance. She soon finds that she is unable to shake the vision of it in her mind and embarks on a long journey of discovery. Aided by a mystical friend, she stumbles on more than she bargained for in the darkness of the strange cavern. The second installment in the Her Vision Quest series follows Shirley's experience after waking from her mystical journey with the soul of the young boy who had helped her through the wilderness. After returning to the mountain with two friends to find the boy's remains, she comes home to discover that her father has died. Together with her spirit friend, she learns to live with her loss and move on with her life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781525506413
Publisher: FriesenPress
Publication date: 07/31/2017
Series: Her Vision Quest
Pages: 90
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.19(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author

Tim Haley is a gold smith, sculptor, painter, printmaker and musician. He grew up in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, where he learned to love the outdoors and worked on small cattle ranches. After studying art at the Museum School of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts, he moved his family to Black Creek on Vancouver Island, where they homesteaded and built a house in the bush. He currently owns and operates a jewellery store and art gallery in Courtenay, British Columbia, where he lives with his partner and youngest daughter.
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