Song Quest by Katherine Roberts

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This is the first in the award winning Echorium Sequence following three generations of young Singers as they join forces with brave half creatures to battle the evil Khizpriest and the power of dark crystal.


Song Quest by Katherine Roberts

From the Isle of Echoes the forces of good and evil are held in harmony by those who hear and sing. When a mainlander's ship is wreeked and the Merlee half creatures are heard crying across the waves the lives of three novice Singers are changed forever. Rialle, the heroine, who hears the cry of the Merlee, is sent to calm them with Challa, her voice as sweet as sunlight. Frenn, her friend and protector, follows as a stowaway while Kherron, the rebel, allows his desire for freedom to take him into danger and a headlong clash with the enemy and their mysterious powers. All are caught up in a dangerous and sinister web, battling against the powers of darkness that threaten to destroy their world.

About the Author

Katherine Roberts

Katherine Roberts was born in Torquay, UK, in 1962 and spent her childhood in Devon and Cornwall. She graduated with a First in Mathematics from Bath University, since when she has worked with computers, racehorses, and in a pet shop. After separating from her husband in early 2005, Katherine now lives in Paignton near the school
she attended as a child.

Her debut novel Song Quest was published in 1999 and won the Branford Boase Award for an outstanding first novel for children. Her other novels include Spell Fall, Dark Quetzal and I Am The Great Horse. the Enchorium Sequence and the Seven Wonders of the World series.

She is also author of the popular and widely acclaimed Pendragon Legacy series.

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255 pages


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Author's Website


Catnip Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st January 2012




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