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Publisher Description

Aboriginal anthropology student, Rex Graham, struggles to uncover new research necessary for his graduate thesis—Cultural, philosophical, spiritual, creative and intellectual characteristics of pre-European Aboriginal Societies. His first submission covered a vast expanse of required information, and he is unable to pinpoint additional research to complete the required article, so he to returns to the meeting tree, Gran Yan, hoping to gain inspiration.

More stories unfold while he sleeps under the sacred tree. When he tries to document his experience, his memories have gone. On his birthday he is presented with a second collection of historical art that inspires him to complete his dissertation in detail.

Set in a time circle, book two covers the period when the Booran tribe first returned to their homeland following a long absence. On their arrival, the first-born child, Mullawanda proves to be a genius. His fascination with aerial dynamics, coupled with an adventurous spirit, inspire him to create a gliding apparatus. While testing it, he is caught up in a tornado, and carried to a distant river-land territory, where he meets an advanced tribe, and forms a close friendship with a young warrior who saves his life. The two soul-mates adventures follow parallels, while mysteries from book one, Native Companions, are solved at tribal gatherings.

Adventure, drama, romance and story-time education are highlights of the well-researched book about an unwritten history.

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2020
January 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
362
Pages
PUBLISHER
Barnett Books
SELLER
Ingram DV LLC
SIZE
33.9
MB

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