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SPIRITS of the FOREST: The dreams have flown…

SPIRITS of the FOREST: The dreams have flown ...

by Malcolm Craig

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Published by CUSTOM BOOK PUBLICATIONS Set in the hauntingly beautiful pine forests and bushland of Australia, Spirits of the Forest is a romantic adventure of forbidden love, tragedy and jealousy across family generations still haunted by memories of passion and betrayal. The wealthy and powerful Lancaster family own diamond mines in the breathtaking Kimberley Ranges. Katrina, their beautiful daughter, has her choice of men vying for her love. One such beau is Ryan Curtis, who, with his three boyhood friends, are learning the hard lessons of life, and face the inevitable challenges of growing older and leaving their boyhood town. Love and friendship proves to be their unifying thread. But there’s something special about the young man with the taut and muscled body named Mundego and his incredible ability with horses, nature and the spiritual world that has captivated her, attracting her with a raw passion like a rare pink diamond glinting in the sunlight. Country secrets, bonds of true friendship, the joy and healing power of horses, the power of the spiritual world, where all time is eternally present, both the present and the past with a dramatic climax. Graphic and emotional, the story exposes and strips away the torn and tattered bark of a seemingly innocuous, tranquil and picturesque rural Australian town grappling with the dark secrets of its past. A catharsis in the pines where dark birds are uncaged and set free. For most, time will see them vanish. ‘A powerful and compelling adventure love story, moving and uplifting.…’ Pinnacle

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