Peregrine is a traveler, seeking a certain man. In the village of Chaos, he finds a young boy and girl: Rescuer (13) and Abettor (10).
Peregrine is impressed with their ability to release ravenous beasts from a magic spell, and invites them to join him in his travels.
Abettor wants to go, but Rescuer does not trust Peregrine.
To protect Abettor, Rescuer joins them on their journey. Things go well until they reach the village of Shelter. There, an old holy man named Abiel, challenges Peregrine and the power Peregrine seeks through the two youths.Buy This Book from Amazon or Publish America
Carol Ann Cook, the author, was born and raised in beautiful Ohio. Carol teaches high school students with behavioral issues, and greatly enjoys her students and colleagues. Although most of her students do not like to read, they encouraged her in her writing endeavors, asking for the latest chapters as they were produced. After reading the book, her students demanded a sequel. Carol appreciates a wide variety of genres when she reads. Being a history teacher, she especially enjoys reading history and historical fiction. Carol has traveled extensively throughout the United States. She has also been to Canada; on a singing tour of Europe with the American Youth Symphony and Orchestra; and spent a month in China through a cultural exchange program between Beijing Normal College and Wright State University. Carol resides in west-central Ohio, USA.
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