Forbidden Paths of Thual

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Puffin Books, 1979 - Courage - 154 pages
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When the villages of the coast are overun by the Mollag, grey half-people who arrive suddenly in their ships looking for treasure, Quen is sent out secretly with the awful responsibility of saving his people from destruction.

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User Review  - Simon - Goodreads

I was given this book by my parents when I was young. Spent many days rereading it and becoming Quen as a youngster. Will always hold a special place on my bookshelf. Books can be more than their contents, this one brings back a lot of happy childhood memories. Read full review

Contents

Decisions
7
Preparations
12
Setting Out
17
Copyright

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About the author (1979)

Victor Kelleher was born in London in 1939 and moved to Australia in 1976 via Africa and New Zealand. He was formerly an associate professor of literature, but chose to write full-time from his home He writes books for both children and adults including Papio, Baily's Bones, The Red King, Taronga, Fire Dancer, The Ivory Trail, Brother Night, Dogboy, and Goblin in the Snow. He has won numerous awards including the Ditmar Award for Best Australian Novel for Beast of Heaven in 1985, Kids Own Aust Literature Award (KOALA) in 1991 for The Red King, the Children's Peace Lit Award (PEACE) in 1989 for The Makers, and the CBC Book of the Year in 1983 for Master of the Grove. He also writes under the pseudonym of Veronica Hart.

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