A gripping finish to this outstanding trilogy, a recreation of a time 50,000 years ago when The People came to Australia ...
Fern has found the mountain that has haunted her dreams and visions. Is this where her tribe must establish their home? Or must she forever wander till the end of time ...
The People came to this land over a vast and frightening mass of water they have survived many attacks from others whose place they have stumbled into. They have survived many attacks on their world of spirits, on their memories of their ancestral lands in ancient Java, from whence they were driven by the Newcomers.
Now they are the Newcomers. However they manage to solve the differences between themselves and how they deal with the greed and power hungry manipulations of Bright Feather and his woman, Nerida, the land will be stamped by their passing. And by the rituals and myths that they establish to enable them to live at one with the land and its ancient dreaming.
In modern-day Australia, another Fern must bring together her past and future for the problems of the present to be resolved ...
About the Author
Fletcher Anthony is the pseudonym of J.H Fletcher. John Fletcher was born in London and has lived in France, Asia and Africa. He now lives in a small farming community in southern Australia. His plays have been produced for radio and TV by the BBC and the South African Broadcasting Corp and his short stories have been published throughout the world. He has published five novels: Claim the Kingdom , The Burning Land, View from the Beach and Keepers of the House and Fire in Summer.
Series: Inheritors Ser.
Number Of Pages: 543
Published: 30th March 2005
Dimensions (cm): 18.1 x 11.4 x 3.5
Weight (kg): 0.29