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Waer

Waer

Young adult fantasy quest. Lowell and Lycaea find an unexpected bond as they struggle to protect those they love.

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ISBN 9781925095210
Barcode 9781925095210
Published 1 March 2016 by The Text Publishing Company
Available in EPUB format
Software Read in Browser or Adobe Ebook Compatible Device
Language en
Author(s) By Caddy, Meg

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ISBN-13 9781925095210
ISBN-10 1925095215
Stock Available
Status Wheelers ePlatform
Publisher The Text Publishing Company
Imprint Text Publishing
Publication Date 1 March 2016
Publication Country Australia Australia
Format EPUB ebook
Author(s) By Caddy, Meg
Category Fiction (Child / Teen)
Adventure Stories
Fantasy & Magical Realism
Australian
Interest Age 13-19 years
Reading Age 13-19 years
NBS Text Young Adult Fiction
ONIX Text Young adult
Number of Pages 320
Dimensions Not specified
Weight Not specified - defaults to 0g
Dewey Code 823.92
Catalogue Code 651919

Description of this Electronic Book

When Lowell Sencha finds the strange girl lying as if dead on the riverbank, he is startled to find that she is like them: waer. Human, but able to assume the form of a wolf. The Sencha family's small community has kept itself sequestered and unnoticed, free from persecution. The arrival of a fellow traveller, and a hunted one at that, threatens their very survival.
Sure enough, the soldiers of the blood-purist Daeman Leldh soon descend on the village searching for her, burning and slaughtering. Lowell and the mysterious stranger are among the few to escape. And now they must find their way to the city of Luthan where, she says, they will find people to help them bring down Daeman Leldh.
If she can persuade them not to kill her.
This brilliant young adult fantasy debut from young Australian writer Meg Caddy sees the emergence of an exciting new talent in speculative fiction.
Meg Caddy is a student of Literature and History at the University of Western Australia. Waer is her debut novel and was shortlisted for the Text Prize for Young Adult and Children's Writing. Meg was the 2013 Young Writer-in-Residence at the Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers' Centre, and has been mentored by fantasy author Juliet Marillier. For the past five years, Meg has been working with children of all ages.
'An astonishing debut...The writing is assured, the action is swift and the characters ring as true as Caddy's psychological insights.' West Australian
'This book has broken my heart, collected my soul and has me falling in love with it!' Tilly and Her Books blog
'This novel has all the fast-paced action and enjoyment of the first Eragon novel, but it is far more layered and original.' Incredible Rambling Emily
'A cracking adventure story...Brimming with excitement and incident.' Reading Time
'An accomplished debut...[A] great example of a well-crafted YA fantasy...The descriptions are lush and the prose is gorgeous.' Speculating on SpecFic
'This book does not let you go once you start...Incredibly addictive and fast paced.' Readers in Wonderland
'A new world of shape-shifters and a time-honored battle between good and evil come alive in Caddy's debut fantasy for teens.' Kirkus 'This is a tale of, among other things, righteous revenge, told in alienating chapters by the two main characters, whose perspectives convey the impact of the difficult circumstances on even the most gentle people...Love wins out in this well-constructed world, mapped literally and figuratively by the author.' Booklist

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Author's Bio

Meg Caddy is a student of Literature and History at the University of Western Australia. Waer is her debut novel and was shortlisted for the Text Prize for Young Adult and Children's Writing. Meg was the 2013 Young Writer-in-Residence at the Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers' Centre, and has been mentored by fantasy author Juliet Marillier. For the past five years, Meg has been working with children of all ages.

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