As her second adventure begins, Rhianna still hasn’t fully harnessed the Wild Magic that runs through her very being. When her blacksmith father takes Eriseth, a gifted Eldra girl, as his apprentice, Rhianna begins to feel unimportant and envious. Rhianna’s emotions get the better of her, as she loses control of her magic and unleashes the devilish Dogs of Iron. Ultimately, Rhianna and Eriseth must work together if they’re to defeat the dark magic behind the dastardly dogs.
Old world enchantment seems to seethe from the every utterance of performer Mikaela Martin. The lilting airs of the Aussie actress echo and ring with ancient – almost mythical – resonance. Indeed, Martin provides the perfect canvas for Dave Luckett’s fantastic realm of legend and imagination.
2002 Aurealis Awards for Excellence: Children's Novel 8 - 12 Years category.
When her blacksmith father takes as his apprentice Eriseth, a gifted Eldra girl, Rhianna feels that no one cares about her any more. Filled with jealousy and hurt, she uses the Wild Magic in anger - and suddenly her world is in terrible danger.
©2002 Dave Luckett; (P)2005 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd.
Report Inappropriate Content