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Wildebeest

Length:
305 pages
5 hours
Publisher:
Released:
Mar 31, 2019
ISBN:
9780463190876
Format:
Book

Description

Krartu the wildebeest has blood on his horns. He is no longer afraid. Something terrible has stirred beneath his hide, pulsing through his heart; it is magnificent. He will not be of the herd! He will lower his horns and they shall decide his fate!

"Wildebeest" is a mythical tale about a wildebeest set in the African savannah. Within the herd of wildebeests there arises a particular creature whose consciousness gradually awakens and goes beyond the normal behaviour of the herd mentality. The story begins with the birth of the wildebeest amidst dangerous and threatening surroundings. All around him the herd are killed and eaten by the predators, but he stands alone in yearning to defend himself.

The central wildebeest character is Krartu, a creature who from the very beginning is clearly different to the rest of the herd. In his determination to fight, he inadvertently sets himself against the Elders of the herd and the established order of the wildebeests. Although quickly recognised as the largest and strongest of the beasts among his kind, he soon becomes an outcast.

Krartu must face his greatest enemies ~ the pride of lions who have for generations stalked the wildebeests. But can he achieve what he sets out to do? He is, after all, just a wildebeest....

*S.P. Austen asserts the moral right to be identified as the author and illustrator of this work and as the owner of the Text Copyright and Illustration Copyright.

"Wildebeest" contains 25 line drawings by the author.

Publisher:
Released:
Mar 31, 2019
ISBN:
9780463190876
Format:
Book

About the author

S.P. Austen is an author of spiritual, metaphysical and self-help books, and he also writes short stories, novelettes, novellas, novels and poetry, often with a spiritual or metaphysical leaning. He is also a regular article contributor to HubPages.His first published print book was "Meditation for Everyday Living" and was based on his personal experiences of meditation.Born in London, England, he lives in British Columbia, Canada.The Author had clairvoyant experiences from very early childhood and embarked on his own personal spiritual quest at the age of 16. With no recourse to meditation classes, he entered the realm of meditation unaided and was able to achieve deep meditative states without the aid of a guru.Through his writing his aim is to be an instrument in the raising of human consciousness and the betterment of the world in which we live.If you have enjoyed reading S.P. Austen's work, please consider writing a brief review on SmashWords. Good reviews are the life-blood of any author, and are always appreciated!


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