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Sebastian Darke, his opinionated buffalope, Max, and the fierce fighter Cornelius are heading to the bustling port of Ramalat to embark on a perilous sea journey They are ready to risk their lives in search of the fabled lost treasure of the pirate King, Captain Callinestra But first, they must make it through the dark and mysterious forest of Geltane andsurvive an encouSebastian Darke, his opinionated buffalope, Max, and the fierce fighter Cornelius are heading to the bustling port of Ramalat to embark on a perilous sea journey They are ready to risk their lives in search of the fabled lost treasure of the pirate King, Captain Callinestra But first, they must make it through the dark and mysterious forest of Geltane andsurvive an encounter with the beautiful and bewitching Leonora, a powerful enchantress with a magical hold over Sebastian s senses And, as if that wasn t bad enough, little do they know that, when they finally reach Ramalat, a feisty female sea captain, an infamous young pirate, ravenous sea creatures, and furious sea battles await them.But there s no turning back Will they discover the lost treasure Will Sebastian live to tell the tale Will Max ever stop moaning Philip Caveney has written many novels for adults This is his second book for young adults He lives in England.
Philip Caveney was born in North Wales in 1951 The son of an RAF officer, he spent much of his childhood travelling the length and breadth of Britain and spent several years in Malaysia and Singapore.He attended the Kelsterton College Of Art where he obtained a diploma in Graphic Design Whilst there, he became drummer and latterly vocalist with rock band, Hieronymus Bosch.After leaving college, he worked extensively in theatre both in London and Wales and wrote the lyrics for rock adaptations of The Workhouse Donkey and Oscar Wilde s Salome.His first novel, The Sins Of Rachel Ellis, was published in 1976 Published Works for AdultsThe Sins Of Rachel Ellis St Martin s Press Robert Hale Berkeley Press a spine chilling debut Doubleday Book Club magazineTiger Tiger St Martin s Press Granada an intriguing tale of rivalry and honour Flintshire ChronicleThe Tarantula Stone Granada breathtaking action KirkusCursery Rhymes Cornerhouse Books wickedly funny City Life Speak No Evil Headline Headline Review cracking summer reading City LifeBlack Wolf Headline Headline Review nominated for WH Smith Thumping Good Read award.Strip Jack Naked Headline Headline Review a triumphant thriller Evening PostSlayground Headline Headline Review ,,, breakneck pace Daily MirrorSkin Flicks Headline headline Review Caveney uses the central image with considerable skill Sunday TimesBurn Down Easy Headline Headline Review the fiction equivalent of standing on Semtex Pure FictionBad To The Bone Headline Headline Review 10 little Indians on speed Tangled web1999 Headline Headline Review than just a return to form City LifeLove Bites Xlibris a frighteningly funny read Tregolwyn reviews.Published works for ChildrenCursery Rhymes with Bob Seal Cornerhouse Books Sebastian Darke Prince Of Fools 2007 Random House Sebastian Darke Prince of Pirates 2008 Random House Coming soon Sebastian Dark Prince of Explorers 2009 Random House Alec Devlin The Eye of The Serpent 2008 Random House Alec Devlin The Kingdom of the Skull 2009 Random House He wrote the screenplay for the short film Dream Factory, directed by Philip Davenport and has recently written his first full length screenplay The Sick House for director Curtis Radclyffe.He is also an advertising copywriter and has been the co ordinator for the Manchester Writers Workshop for over twenty five years.
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