Berlien the Invasion: V R Books - Australasian Dreaming

Berlien the Invasion: V R Books - Australasian Dreaming

by Roy Spurns

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Berlien is a part of Australasian dreaming, a series based on the exciting concept of myths and legends in the Australasian region, a place where races of Neanderthals are known as burrun and a small race of humans known as gunyas still exist. Magical beasts of the worlds beginning, carrgimin (a type of magical monitor lizard) and magic roam the world. Earth spirits enable the dreaming; a state where magic exists and can change things for good or ill. The Invasion is the first in the series, entering a world of dreaming magic, where a black robed wizard wants to destroy and others defend the lighthouses protecting the dreaming. The great hall of Wilmark is facing a great threat and little can save it or can it? One Yowie (yeti, big foot or many other names) thinks differently. Among it all one burrun is a focus of hatred he doesnt even know about.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781514441220
Publisher: Xlibris AU
Publication date: 10/15/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 358
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

The author resides in a small country town of NSW Australia, close to the Great Dividing Range of Australia From here one can see the tops covered in snow in winter and watch the platypus play in the river. The author has read Australian history and legend and while this series of Australasian Dreaming is not directly related to any of them it owes its beginnings to all of them. The author does not aim to produce great literature; instead he aims to amuse, to entertain and to take the imagination on a journey different to any journey you have taken before but also perhaps with a ring of strong familiarity. If you don’t know what burrun or dorringin or carrigimin are you will after this series taking you to a land that never was but maybe could have been.

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