CAIRNS, Australia (PRWEB) January 26, 2017
Neville G. Wort initially wrote this story for his children when they were young, reading aloud each chapter as it was completed. Now, as he waits for his grandchildren to age a few more years, he shares the very story that entertained his own kids with other young children and older teens. In this tale, a group of misfits band together to hide the location of “The Lost Land of Loradil” (published by Xlibris AU) defeat the evil one, and fight for their (and the world’s) survival.
A clumsy witch opens the way for an evil invader. A reluctant hero, a small dragon, and a large ogre combine with the witch and a cranky man in armour to save Loradil and chase down the evil one before he can reveal the location of Loradil. Helped by the fabled guardian, the heroes must fight for their survival on their own world then continue the battle on another.
Filled to the brim with humour and adventure, this story will catch the attention of young readers with its straightforward manner of storytelling. Sporting the classic theme of good versus evil, this fantasy tale will inspire in youngsters the need for the right values and friends in life.
“The Lost Land of Loradil”
By Neville G. Wort
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 98 pages | ISBN 9781503505285
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 98 pages | ISBN 9781503505292
E-Book | 98 pages | ISBN 9781503505308
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Neville G. Wort lives in the tropical north of Queensland, Australia. He is a man in his 60s who has been married for 40 years. He is a father of two and grandfather of two who considers himself a ‘happy sort of bloke.’
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