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Lost in the Dreamtime

Lost in the Dreamtime

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Lost in the Dreamtime

Length:
221 pages
3 hours
Publisher:
Released:
Nov 15, 2014
ISBN:
9780994158604
Format:
Book

Description

An outback vacation in Western Australia in the scorching summer of 1955 quickly turns to tragedy when an American family crash their vehicle during a sudden storm. Ten year old Jake is the only survivor who has to endure the heat and isolation of the vast Kimberley region. In search of help, he stumbles across a tribe of remote Aborigines, the Elder of which leads Jake to a hidden sacred cavern. Buried deep within the cavern is an ancient unearthly relic which has become part of the local Dreamtime.

Almost six decades later, a budding journalist named Bradley Chong is investigating the mysterious appearance of young boy found wandering in the Australian Outback. Mystified, Brad travels to the remote town of Halls Creek where events unfold that even Brad could not have imagined. Ignored by the local police and then hunted by federal agents, Brad is assisted by some newly-found friends who join forces to save the boy and fulfil his destiny.

Publisher:
Released:
Nov 15, 2014
ISBN:
9780994158604
Format:
Book

About the author

Ben Waterford currently resides in Western Australia. He was born in England and migrated to Australia with his parents in 1970. He worked for the state railways for 22 years and then 11 years with a health insurance company. He now works for a local university in a professional capacity. A life-long ambition was to write an adventure novel. In 2008, at the age of 52 he decided it was now or never. So putting fingers to keyboard he began the journey into the realm of writing. He achieved his ambition and is now working on more adventure novels when time permits.


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