The magical Wild Folk of Farallone are in desperate trouble. The City Brothers have discovered that the Country is full of stargold and so they’ve invaded, hell-bent on destruction.
Country girl Comfrey and City boy Tin are the only humans the Wild Folk trust. They must venture deep underground and to the highest mountains in their quest to save this beautiful world from devastation.
This book is suitable for readers between 9 and 12 years of age.
The City Brothers thought the Country a barren place. Now they know it’s teeming with stargold, Country girl Comfrey and City boy Tin must save the magical Wild Folk from their evil clutches. On a journey from the deadly Underworld to the highest mountain, they’ll need all their courage and ingenuity to stop the devastation of the land they love. The thrilling finale to the timeless fantasy adventure that began with The Wild Folk.
Sylvia V. Linsteadt lives in a pine forest near the ocean at the edge of California, with mostly deer and foxes for neighbours. When she isn’t writing novels, short stories or poems about the lives of wild creatures or the magic of old myths, she likes to wander the hills looking for animal tracks or medicinal herbs. And one day a week she works in a bookshop in Point Reyes.