Published: 14/03/2018
eISBN: 9781789010503
Format: eBook



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Tails of Ae'tann: A Sunset Story Part 2
The Rainbow Fields
by Jeren Jordin Oliver illustrated by Woon Bing

Animals aren’t all what they seem. They know more than we know: the great mysteries, the deep secrets, the grand truths. And of them all, the grandest truth is this:

There is more in our World than we ever dreamed existed.

A Sunset Story launches the award-winning Tails of Ae’tann series, a talking animal fantasy adventure set in the magical and mysterious Ae'tann, the true home of animals, and the world that we live in.

Filled with loveable and quirky characters, epic clashes and dramatic moments, The Rainbow Fields continues the adventures of Red, Olive and Ollie.

Thanks to his siblings’ heroic and heart-rending sacrifice, Ollie has made it safely into the World. But he’s not fully out of danger, the wily and ruthless ChangChang not one to give up so easily. Red and Olive, on the other hand, face an impossible choice put before them by Storgia, the mighty angel of the Source: be reborn into the World with no memory of their current life, or choose the trial of the Guardians in the Rainbow Fields. However, failure to make it as Guardians would mean eternal exile. What will the separated trio do?

Part 2 of this enjoyable and fast-paced fantasy adventure continues to explore the mysteries of Ae’tann as it moves to its breath-taking and exciting conclusion! With its layered themes, breath-taking art and awe-inspiring universe, this is a book that both children and adults will love.

So … What happens before animals are born? What happens if and when they die? What if they don’t really pass from the world? What if they are around, and have always been around to protect humans and the other animals in the world? What if all of that was the precursor to all the great stories, myths and legends of the world? Find out more in The Rainbow Fields!

Tails of Ae’tann: A Sunset Story was a medal winner for Juvenile Fiction at the 2017 USA IPPY Independent Publisher Awards.

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