The Voyage of Gethsarade: Book two of the Elderwood Chronicles
Gethsarade is a character that doesn't know he is lost, and thus, can't seem to figure out why he just can't fit in. When his constant running and false bravado finally gets him into more trouble than he can handle, will he face down his wishful thinking, and instead become the hero he was really meant to be?
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"'I'm sorry, but could you please stab me again? If you could be so polite as to end my misery instead of making me listen to you talk?'"
The story begins with a look at Sangareth, the squirrel. Eccentric in multiple ways, two of which are his captaining a ship while writing a manuscript for his infant son, he is challenged by his nemesis, a pirate rat named Barrogan Black, to find a fabled place where it has been said rodents can fly. So begins the story of the constantly questing, quirky, indecisive Gethsarade, the (apparently) evil Barrogan, and the squirrels of the city Hesperia in a young adult fantasy tale that is practically worthy of the pen of T.H.White, the acclaimed author of The Once and Future King.
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