Friday, July 24, 2009

Waiting for the sequel....



Agora is a city state surrounded by a circle of unclimbable walls; divided into the twelve signs of the zodiac, each section with its own set of goals, people and cultural quirks, all ruled by the Director, all influenced by astrological predictions, with the Midnight Charter hanging a dire prophecy over it.

This is a society corrupted by materialism and built on the idea that everyone, everything, has a value, everything can be bought and sold...NOTHING is free!

Two of the young children, meet, form a strange friendship and grow into totally different young citizens. Dreams and desires, good luck and ill fortune, friends and enemies all come together to weave a well written story that holds all the tension of a good fable.

Product Description
In a society based on trade, where everything can be bought and sold, the future rests on the secrets of a single document-and the lives of two children whose destiny it is to discover its secrets. In this spellbinding novel, newcomer David Whitley has imagined a nation at a crossroads: misshaped by materialism and facing a choice about its future. He has brought to life two children who will test the nation's values-and crafted a spellbinding adventure story that will keep readers turning the pages until the very end.

2 comments:

David Whitley said...

Hi there. Thank you for your kind words about my book! As a debut novelist, it’s really great to know that you liked it!

If you or your readers would like to know more about The Midnight Charter and its forthcoming sequels, then please do visit my website, at www.david-whitley.co.uk

The sequel isn't out until next year, but there is the first instalment of a new short story, also set in Agora, on my website!

Thank you again,

- David.

A Fly On The Wall said...

I am so sorry that I missed this note - it means soooo much to me that you took the time and I am looking forward to the sequel(s) ;-p

Robyn
heading over to read the short story you referenced...hope it is still up!

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