Shamanic Rituals. Set in the Steaming Rainforests of Venezuela, Featuring Ancient Artefacts and Tribal Practices This is an Epic Story of Friendship and Courage

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Jabuti's Quest by Heath Shedlake has been described by one reviewer as "a definite roller coaster of emotions." Competitively priced on Amazon Kindle at $2.99, Heath's novel about shamanic rituals and man's lust for golden artefacts is a must have for all e-book devotees.

One young man, desperately searching for answers to his inner demons...

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All of life's rich tapestry are told in this compelling story by British author, Heath Shedlake.

Set in the atmospheric arena of the rainforests of 17th century Venezuela, Jabuti's Quest was written by Heath's fascination with historical fiction.

Set a day aside to be transported into another time and place. Follow Jabuti as he searches for a father he has never met before, and all of the terror and dangers that lie in store.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00CND7K3W (Amazon UK)

Blurb for Jabuti's Quest

Troubled and tormented by a lifetime of self-doubt and feelings of loneliness, Jabuti seeks an audience with the wise, old shaman. The shaman shares with him a dark, long-held secret which changes Jabuti's world in a sudden and life-changing instant.

Shocked by this revelation Jabuti enters into the dark heart of the rainforest looking for further answers to his past. Accompanied by his two life-long friends, the brave and enigmatic Wanadi and the sensitive worrier Mapi, they embark upon a perilous journey, undeterred by terrifying stories of blood-thirsty cannibals.

He leaves behind a blossoming romance with his young love Maru, leaving her heartbroken and devastated by his absence.

Will they reach their destination, will their friendship survive, will Jabuti find the peace and solace he has desired for so long...?

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