The Sight by David Clement-Davies

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In the wilds of Transylvania a legend is about to be born, as a wolf pack race through the bitter snows, to find a birthing den for two cubs, one black, one white. In the birth of Fell, and his sister Larka, a race is on to defeat the wicked Morgra, and to come to terms with the extraordinary powers of The Sight. A book both for adults and children, with powerful and complex themes, new author afterword and introduction to Phoenix Ark Press.

About David Clement-Davies

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David Clement-Davies lives in London, England.
Published February 5, 2011 by Phoenix Ark Press. 480 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Self Help. Fiction

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As in his Fire Bringer, Clement-Davies's new fantasy novel features talking animals (Vargs, or wolves, instead of deer), a militant pack with a power-hungry leader, a prophecy involving a newborn that proves gifted (a white wolf who has the Sight, which can be used to see the future, heal and eve...

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