Starchild: The City of Souls (Book Two)

Posted on 3 September 2013 in Children’s Books, Fiction – Action/Adventure, Fiction – Fantasy, Fiction – Sci-fi | 0 comments

Starchild: The City of Souls (Book Two)

In The Age of Akra, a pilgrimage to the Valley of a Thousand Thoughts brings together four children as an ancient prophecy is set in motion. Having triumphed against dangerous adversaries, Mai, Long, Akra and Sahib are now pursued by the melkarie and must escape to the City of Souls. In the land of Naroan, in a city hidden under a blanket of living green, they are confronted with the challenge to find the Singing Soul.

But the underworld has other plans, and a beast so fierce is conjured to stop the children from finding anything that will add to the power to the prophecy of the seven nations.

Vacen Taylor is an author, writer, storyteller, occasional artist and amateur photographer. She describes her writing as a basic prose style with the occasional splash of creative penning. She collects comics and loves superheroes, anime and science.

ISBN: 9781922200129

Category: Junior Fiction

Trade paperback: 160 pages

Publication Date: 14 October 2013

RRP: AU $17.95 / US $15.95 (paperback) | $3.99 (ebook)

Series website: www.starchildseries.com

“A Forest Adventure with a Twist of Soul” – Kirt, Goodreads Reviewer

“The City of Souls is the second book in a science fiction fantasy featuring an intricate and engaging plot, well-developed characters who are faced with new challenges, a well-described setting reminiscent of Star Wars with a hint of Lord of the Rings and Indiana Jones-style action and suspense.” – Mother Daughter Book Reviews

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