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  • Published: 1 December 2010
  • ISBN: 9781742741727
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 304

Wolfborn




Break the curse or howl forever.

Break the curse or howl forever.

Etienne, son of a lord in the kingdom of Armorique, goes to train as a knight with Geraint of Lucanne. Geraint is brave and kind, a good teacher and master - but he has a secret that he has kept from his family. He is bisclavret, a born werewolf. When Geraint is betrayed, Etienne must ally with the local wise-woman and her daughter, themselves bisclavret, to save his lord. But time is running out. If Geraint's enemies have their way, Geraint will soon be trapped in his wolf form.And Etienne has his own secret. The decisions he makes will change his life forever . . .Inspired by a medieval romance, this engaging novel forces us to question everything we thought we knew about werewolves.

  • Published: 1 December 2010
  • ISBN: 9781742741727
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 304

About the author

Sue Bursztynski

Sue Bursztynski grew up in Melbourne's beachside suburbs, where she still lives. As a child, she used to sit on the beach to write, but later learned to write anywhere she could sit down with a pen and paper. She was thrilled to get her first computer, which meant she could make changes without having to re-write or re-type the whole story. She was even more thrilled when the Internet came along and made research much easier. Sue sold her first book, MONSTERS AND CREATURES OF THE NIGHT, in 1993 and has sold many more books, short stories and articles since then. Her book POTIONS TO PULSARS: WOMEN DOING SCIENCE was a CBCA Notable Book. Sue works in a school in Melbourne's western suburbs, where she tests out her writing on the students. She reviews children's and young adult books for JANUARY MAGAZINE and reads story submissions for ANDROMEDA SPACEWAYS INFLIGHT MAGAZINE. When not writing, Sue enjoys reading, music, blogging, great movies and handcraft. She also loves history, but has no problem fiddling with it for her fantasy fiction.

Praise for Wolfborn

‘Bursztynski tackles crimes from cannibalism, identify theft and planned executions. There are some doozies too . . . It's an impressive collection of interesting tales backed with research. I loved that a recommendation list was provided at the conclusion of the book. Inevitably there are kids that want to read more and as a teacher/librarian, Bursztynski has the background to suggest other quality resources.’ www.persnicketysnark.com

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