Ramose The Wrath of Ra by Carole Wilkinson
  

Synopsis

Ramose The Wrath of Ra by Carole Wilkinson

Ra will leave us in eternal darkness. It's the end of the world. Prince Ramose has never been more alone. While desperately searching for his friend, Ramose is captured by rebels. It seems everyone has turned against him. After all, someone is trying to kill him. Has Prince Ramose angered the gods? Or is the threat closer to home? How will he escape the wrath of Ra?

About the Author

Carole Wilkinson
Carole Wilkinson is an award-winning author of books for children. She has a longstanding fascination with dragons and is interested in the history of everything. Carole is a meticulous researcher who finds it difficult to stop researching and begin writing. She once searched for weeks to find out whether there were daffodils in Han Dynasty China. Carole is married, has a daughter, and lives in inner-city Melbourne.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
194 pages

Author

Carole Wilkinson
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Author's Website

www.carolewilkinson.com.au/

Publisher

ReadHowYouWant.com Ltd

Publication date

22nd June 2010

ISBN

9781458774040


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