Where the Waters Turn Black

Where the Waters Turn Black

by Benedict Patrick

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Overview

What lurks beneath the waves?

The Crescent Atoll is a remote string of tropical islands, connected by long canoe journeys and a love of stories. Islanders live in constant contact with gods and monsters, following the rules handed down by their storytellers to survive in harmony with these primal forces.

However, when a young ocarina player called Kaimana discovers the lair of a taniwha - a legendary monster - she attracts the ruining gaze of the god of war. In a land of sea witches, pig-faced gods, and Magpie Kings, Kaimana must trust her growing friendship with her taniwha if they are both to survive.

Where the Waters Turn Black
is a standalone novel from Benedict Patrick's Yarnsworld series. Inspired by the myths and legends of South Pacific island cultures, this book is perfect for those seeking a fantasy adventure in an unfamiliar world.

Get this book today, to discover the story that readers are calling, "dark, mysterious, and ancient!"


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162846871
Publisher: Benedict Patrick
Publication date: 09/21/2020
Series: Yarnsworld , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Benedict Patrick is from a small town in Northern Ireland called Banbridge, but has been living and working in Scotland since he movedthere at the age of eighteen. Tragically, that was quite a while ago.

He has been writing for most of his life, and has been reading for prettymuch all of it (with help from mum and dad at the beginning). Benedict's life changed when a substitute primary school teacher read his classpart of The Hobbit and later loaned him the book - he fell in love with the fantasy genre and never looked back.

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