Shelter Island

Shelter Island

by John Paul Tucker

Paperback(Shelter Island Large Print)

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Overview

While bickering over the contents of a magic pouch, Cary, Clarisse and Gregory unintentionally summon three fearsome birds of prey. These warriors of an ancient race sweep the siblings away to Shelter Island, a world between worlds, long protected behind a trackless veil of turbulent fog. The moment they arrive, winged scouts attack. Clarisse and Gregory escape to the caves of Husgard. Cary's captors dispatch him to Vangorfold, a centuries-old stronghold sworn to Husgard's destruction.

Tangled in an ancient quarrel, Cary, Clarisse and Gregory are bound to an adventure of breathless aerobatics, dire escapes, treacherous enemies, life-and-death decisions, and an ancient song of loyalty and courage. But can the three set aside their differences, mend their wounded feelings, reunite, and help save a forgotten race of intelligent birds from an ancient evil?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781777276706
Publisher: John Paul Tucker
Publication date: 12/31/2020
Series: Song of Fridorfold , #1
Edition description: Shelter Island Large Print
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.51(d)
Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

About the Author

John Paul lives in Cabbagetown, a Toronto downtown neighbourhood abounding in rare birds and odd bods. Perched in his barber's chair he writes children's novels, short stories, poems, and articles. The Rooster and the Raven King & The Rise of the Crimson King, Books II & III of The Song of Fridorfold trilogy, pursue Cary, Clarisse and Gregory on their fantastic adventures. John Paul's current project is a new YA fantasy series inspired by the remarkable storyteller, George MacDonald. JP likes cats, canines and crows, creeks and curios, croissants and coffee and all kinds of imaginative creations-which do not necessarily begin with the letter c. Get the latest news about his upcoming novels, watch book trailers, read free stories and poems, send in some art work, take a peek at some photos, or drop by at his official website www.johnpaultucker.com.

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