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Intrigue abounds in this stunning story about modern science, religious fundamentalism and the human thirst for power from a multi-award winning author. Incredibly topical, it is also a powerful and gripping read that will have you questioning our modern day world.
The first time Laurie and her dad see the white rider watching them from the deep, cool shadows of the trees, he is alone. Laurie is convinced that his appearance has a meaning, that somehow he is trying to tell them something - something her dad needs to pay attention to. Is the rider somehow linked to the genetic research into squirrels that Laurie is helping her dad with in the lab? When a second rider with a bloody sword appears alongside the first, and then a third and a fourth, Laurie knows she must try to understand who they are and what they represent. With the help of her brother and his best friend, she discovers what the riders mean but will it be too late to stop the inevitable chain of events that has been set in motion?
Publication date: 07/06/2007
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
|Publication date:||7th June 2007|
|Publisher:||Random House Children's Books|
|Genres:||NewGen - YA Fiction,|
|Categories:||General fiction (Children's / Teenage),|
Kate Thompson is one of the most exciting authors writing for young people today for she is a born storyteller, is highly original and thought-provoking in her ideas. She has travelled widely in the USA and India and studied law in London. After living in County Clare, she moved to Kinvara in County Galway and there, three years ago, she discovered her passion for playing the fiddle. She is now an accomplished player and also has a great interest in restoring instruments. Kate Thompson has won the Children’s Books Ireland Bisto Book of the Year award three times &...More About Kate Thompson