Gool: The Salt Trilogy

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Text Publishing Company, Mar 2, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 216 pages
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Shortlisted for the NZ Post Book Award for young-adult fiction, Gool is the thrilling sequel to Maurice Gee's extraordinary fantasy Salt.

The gool cannot be seen‚€”not properly‚€”but Xantee, Lo and their friends sense its evil presence. It lurks in the jungle in rock clefts, an enemy from outside nature. And now, a fragment of gool grips Hari by the throat, draining the life from him. They can hold it back with the force of their minds, but for how long?

Xantee, Lo and Duro set out on a perilous mission to find the Dog King Tarl, Hari's father, and the ruined city of Belong. Can he help them find the source of the gool? Will they find it in time? And do they have the strength to destroy the mother gool to rid the world of this life-sucking force?

‚€ ̃In Gool, the looming apocalypse has taken an almost mythical form‚€¶Gee is a master storyteller.‚€TM NZ Herald

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User Review  - rata - LibraryThing

Gool is the sequel to ' Salt'. Sixteen years have passed since Pearl from Company and Hari from Blood Burrow defeated the tyrant Ottmar. Now their children, Xantee and Lo, face an even more dangerous ... Read full review

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User Review  - wiremonkey - LibraryThing

#2 Gool personifies hate and violence in a creature that oozes out of nooks and crannies and eats everything around it: rock, plants, animals, people. It is threatening to eat the whole world. Hari ... Read full review

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