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The journey to find a way home continues for the boys and girls of Halton House. With Ambrose as their guide, they strike off on their next leg to seek help from the enigmatic Women of the North. At the same time, Glooscap of Sawnay, their travelling companion and now friend, is trying to find the cause of the poison tainting the Sawnay's mighty river Cootamain.
They soon find themselves in the Great Sands. Though the land may be different, they quickly realize the story of upheaval is the same. In the middle of the night, they are awoken by barks and snarls. They are led into the midst of a violent act, one in which they can't sit idly by and watch. Their decision to help propels them into a world more nightmare than reality, more death than life, and more questions than answers. To save a people from brutal slavery, the group must face their biggest test yet. Not only must they overcome their differences, but also tyranny in its most barbaric form.
With World of Dawn on the verge of irrevocable change, the group's priorities start to blur. Do they go home at the first chance? Or do they stay and help Glooscap and the Sawnay? The latter of which seems tied to the mysterious and all-powerful One Who Sees All. Finding their true selves may not be the easiest answer to their dilemma. And what's revealed makes fi nding a way home even more complicated.
Join them once again in the second installment of World of Dawn. A coming-of-age story in which a journey to find a way home becomes a quest to save a world.
Shawn Gale writes on Canada's West Coast. He earned a Master's diploma from the Fraser Valley Writers School. He graduated from Humber College's School for Writers, where he awarded a Letter of Distinction. He graduated from Bircham International University with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Creative Writing. He was a student in the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Creative Writing department, where he earned certificates in both screenwriting and telewriting. His stories have been published in periodicals and anthologies in the U.S. and Canada. He is the author of the acclaimed, award-nominated story collection The Stories That Make Us and the World of Dawn sci-fi/adventure series. www.worldofdawn.com Fb.com/shawndgale.author.