Warning Cry by Kris Humphrey
  

Warning Cry

Written by Kris Humphrey
Illustrated by
Part of the Guardians of the Wild Series

Synopsis

Warning Cry by Kris Humphrey

The second book in the exciting new Guardians of the Wild series. When a raven drops a white feather at the doorstep on the day of your birth, it is a symbol of your destiny. You are a Whisperer - a guardian of the wild. The kingdom of Meridina is under threat. When Nara and her leopard companion, Flame, receive the call to attend a Whisperers' council of war, they begin the long journey north. But signs of the shape-shifting Narlaw are everywhere. Can Nara and Flame make it to the palace or will the demons reach them first? The future of the natural world is resting on their shoulders... A dramatic and fast-paced new series, perfect for fans Michelle Paver, Gill Lewis and the Warriors series.

Reviews

A mysterious and gripping read. -- Steve Voake The world is original and the novel fast paced with the reader hooked until the end on both storylines and left eager to the next instalment in the four-part series.

A wonderful tale filled with enchanting characters. -- Kate O'Hearn

About the Author

Kris grew up in Plymouth, where he spent most of his time reading books, riding around on his bike and daydreaming about writing a book himself one day. Since then, Kris has had more jobs than he cares to think about. He has been a cinema projectionist, a blood factory technician and worked at an animal sanctuary in the Guatemalan jungle. Kris has recently completed the MA in Writing for Young People at Bath Spa University. He graduated with Distinction and was awarded the prize for Most Promising Writer.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
224 pages

Author

Kris Humphrey
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Author's Website

www.meridina.co.uk/

Publisher

Stripes Publishing an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group

Publication date

6th July 2015

ISBN

9781847156051


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