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The Well Between the Worlds by Sam Llewellyn
  

The Well Between the Worlds

Sam Llewellyn

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From the pen of a very talented author whose writing is of the highest quality comes a book that is full of magic and intrigue, myth and environmentalism in a land that was once green and pleasant but whose land is now sinking, the sea batters its walls and it has become a place of poison and danger and the dwellers there fight an uneasy truce with monsters.

Can one boy and one girl rescue this world from the evil which runs through it?

'The battle between the dark and the light lives strongly in my heart. So do the stones and islands of Scilly that are all that remain of the mountains of Lyonesse, and the sun that still shines over Lyonesse, and the gales that still blow there. I visit them often. I am glad that I now have a chance to take you with me.'

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Synopsis

The Well Between the Worlds by Sam Llewellyn

In Lyonesse, if you know how to swim, you must be a Cross - a half-human, half-monster hybrid. When Idris Limpet survives drowning, he is condemned to death, but a hasty escape leads him to safety. Now he is going to become a monster groom and care for the very creatures waiting to be killed for the land's fuel.

About the Author

Sam Llewellyn

Sam Llewellyn was born on Tresco, Isles of Scilly, thirty miles west of Land's End, Britain's southwesternmost point, where his family has lived for 170 years. He was brought up between the coast road and the sea in North Norfolk.

After the best education Britain could provide, he married the prizewinning Canadian children's author Karen Wallace, and went to live in Toronto. Here the evening yacht races in the harbour gave him new insights into the darkness of the human soul, and the freshwater vastnesses of Lake Huron senthim cruising up the lakeshore in a porous Ackroyd dinghy with a tent under the foredeck. After a few years on a rock in the lake, the Llewellyns had just about forgotten where Toronto was, and moved to the estuary of Ireland's Blackwater river, where for a short but exciting time they held the eel fishing concession.

For the past twenty years they have lived in a medieval farmhouse in Herefordshire, England's wildest and most beautiful county, with their two sons, vast garden, and collection of boats in various states of disrepair. For several months most years, Llewellyn goes sailing to research his novels. He has sailed in most places from Turkey to the Baltic, in Maine, the West Indies, and the Pacific Northwest. In pursuit of fact and anecdote he has hunted pirates in the Philippines, crossed the Pacific in a rustbucket freighter, and rowed from North Wales to London, the rowing trip being the worst of the lot. For pleasure, he makes an annual trip to the West Coast of Scotland, where he cruises a 21ft open boat among the whales and mountains.

He writes a novel most years. He contributes to the London Times, Daily Telegraph, and Independent, and to Practical Boat Owner, Yachting Monthly, Classic Boat, and Sailing magazine.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Sam Llewellyn
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Author's Website

www.kc3.co.uk/~samson/index...

Publisher

Scholastic

Publication date

6th April 2009

ISBN

9781407102405

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