Plain of the Fourteen Pillars: Book 1

Plain of the Fourteen Pillars: Book 1

by T K Foster

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Aka Bradley. A quiet part of the little-known universe. A dimension frequented by only an allusive few. Where vast plains and picturesque meadows are inhabited by relatively innocent, although odd creatures. Where the hustle and bustle of town life has gone on conservatively for countable days... and then some. But when Billy, a rugged fourteen year old from Yorkshire, arrives all-of-a-sudden, and hooks up with Cetra, the quirky redheaded girl with detachable appendages, what one might call “all-Hell” breaks loose. Now, all Billy wants to do is find a way home, but the self-imposed guardians of Bradley; those known as Humps – big, ugly and gross – have other ridiculous and humiliating plans for him. Strike up an adventure to rival his own imagination, to which Billy and his newly acquired team of travellers will stumble upon the answers to age old questions, not just relating to Bradley, but to the universe, and Earth itself.

Ride alongside Billy as he traverses the Plain of the Fourteen Pillars, ultimately endeavouring to make his way home, and having a grand-old-adventure in the process. Meet quirky, charismatic, and humorous characters along the way, guiding Billy through this strange land. Be a part of their journey as they learn to rely upon one another. Feel their fears, love, jealousy and mistrust. But also join in the laughter and fun as meaningful friendships grow within the confines of a group who as individuals lacked any real purpose or direction to their lives.

Plain of the Fourteen Pillars is a fun ride; and it is only the beginning of Billy’s adventure....

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045576338
Publisher: T K Foster
Publication date: 01/11/2014
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 691,909
File size: 311 KB
Age Range: 12 Years

About the Author

Inspired by the likes of Douglas Adams (the absurdity), James Herbert (the horror), JRR Tolkien (the adventure), and Frank Herbert (I wish I could write like him). Of course these guys are the epitome of their genre. I write YA because it's fun.
Big movie critic, always favouring Indie and foreign above all else. Same goes for music; am a huge supporter of indie artists.

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