Crow Chronicles:The Plague by Clem Martini
  

Crow Chronicles:The Plague

Written by Clem Martini
Part of the Crow Chronicles Series

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Part two of the Crow Chronicles. The Plague is a chilling story of Kyp’s survival in a world ravaged by the Plague. Kyp’s own family has been scattered by his enemies but he gathers up other stray surviving crows ready to confront any dangers that they might find. A powerful novel of courage and survival.

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Crow Chronicles:The Plague by Clem Martini

Kyp awakes to a changed world. His Family is scattered: the flock decimated by plague, the Chooser dead - murdered by one of their own. Sick and alone, Kyp begins a journey. Humans have taken Kym - he doesn't know where, but he will keep searching because he made a promise. This book offers a view of the world from a bird's-eye perspective.

About the Author

Clem Martini

Clem Martini is a playwright and screenwriter who has written for both adults and young people. A professor of drama at the University of Calgary, he is a three-time winner of the Alberta Writer's Guild Drama Prize and was a Govenor General's Award nominee. The Mob is his first novel.

Clem was born in Calgary, Alberta, and lives there with his wife and two daughters.

The Crow Chronicles is his first series for Bloomsbury.

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Format

Paperback
272 pages

Author

Clem Martini
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Author's Website

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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing Plc

Publication date

2nd January 2007

ISBN

9780747575832

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