Troubador Beyond

Released: 28/08/2021

ISBN: 9781800463646

eISBN: 9781800466210

Format: Paperback/eBook

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There are people that have a death wish – wishing for your death. It’s not for you to ask why.  

Zaera seems like an ordinary girl. She’s come to stay at the Nonesuch orphanage after falling out of the sky from the back of a mythical flying creature. She only eats bugs and nettles and she burrows under the house rather than sleep in the bedroom she’s been given. But apart from these worrying details the orphans want to believe that she’s perfectly normal. 

Until strange and terrifying things start to happen, leading them to question how normal Zaera actually is. They soon discover she is a princess from another time. With a lot of dangerous people coming after her. And by taking Zaera in, her enemies have become theirs.  

There’s no choice - with their world being destroyed by unknown forces they have to collaborate with the despised City kids, becoming entangled in an adventure that’s exciting, scary but that may also be deadly.  

The BEYOND saga begins...

Beyond is the title of the first instalment of a new saga, a series of beautifully realised alternative worlds reminiscent of Tolkien in its detailed descriptions and imaginative vocabulary. Fantastic creatures, credible and recognisable characters and space age technology combine with ancient magic and mysterious prophecies. The essential theme is the eternal struggle between good and evil involving perilous journeys. The action moves from the futuristic City to the frozen wastes of the Beyond across the almost impassable Chasm. The princess Zaera, fleeing her wicked uncle, loses the fabulous stone the Tyra in the depths of the Chasm and needs help to recover it and unleash its awesome power against the forces of evil.
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by Anne Wall

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