Fire Bringer by David Clement-Davies

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A hugely lauded fantasy epic, set in 13th Century Scotland, filled with unforgetable animal characters, Fire Bringer tells the story of Rannoch, a deer born with an oakleaf on his forehead at a time of prophecy and destined to free the herla forever. It is a classic in the genre, a book both for young adults and adult readers, and the first time it comes to ebook, with new author afterword.

As with The Sight, there are slight variations in the US Edition, including Americanized spelling, so, for the first time, the US Dutton edition is now available.

"One of the best anthropomorphic fantasies know to me" Richard Adams, Author of Watership Down
 

About David Clement-Davies

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David Clement-Davies is the author of three highly acclaimed and bestselling novels. His books have been called intricately crafted ("The Boston Globe"), a hurtling ride ("Kirkus"), and a masterpiece ("Booklist"). Young readers are equally enthralled: His Amazon.com and Barnesandnoble.com kid reviews number in the hundreds and include such praise as an instant classic, too cool for words, and absolutely stunning. David travels extensively and has trekked across a desert, swam with dolphins, and skydived on assignment for various travel magazines. He lives in London.
 
Published June 12, 2012 by Phoenix Ark Press. 491 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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In this quasi-mystery set during the 1956 Montgomery bus boycott, 12-year-old Alfa relies on the teachings of Martin Luther King Jr. to get through some strange times. PW</

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Clement-Davies's suspenseful debut novel centers on a cast of deer, who, like the rabbits in Watership Down, often use their own special vocabulary (deer, for instance, are Herla; an insult to a H

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Clement-Davies's suspenseful debut novel centers on a cast of deer, who, like the rabbits in Watership Down, often use their own special vocabulary (deer, for instance, are ""Herla"";

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In this quasi-mystery set during the 1956 Montgomery bus boycott, 12-year-old Alfa relies on the teachings of Martin Luther King Jr.

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