The Catarbie ConspiracyeBook - 2008
Three tales unknowingly entwined. A fatherless teenager. A burnt out house. A conspiracy to control the land. Tarheen is thrilled that the travelling magi, Zoltan, wants him to be a magi. But Zoltan?s motives might not be as straightforward as it seems and in fact becomes even more complicated as Zoltan himself makes a startling discovery that inextricably entwines him with Tarheen and Tarheen?s mother, Krysta. As Tarheen explores the extent of his magic, he learns of Zoltan?s plans and the consequences are more than the teenager can handle. Meanwhile, three strangers converge at a burnt-out house in the small Australian town of Dartona. Danika, Finn and Robb had completely different reasons for being there, but suddenly they find themselves on a beach that clearly wasn?t there before. As they work together to figure out what?s going on, Danika discovers she has a special gift?if only she can figure out how to use it. After befriending a young boy, Gredat, they discover that they?re not only no longer in Dartona, but they?re on a completely different world with three moons! Finn and Robb also come to the slow realisation that they might also have special gifts. While seeking help they hear about a mysterious illness called Catarbie that turns the people into mindless automatons that suddenly become violent. When Gredat becomes infected, the search for a cure becomes more urgent. As they try to find a way home and a cure for the disease, they discover that anyone infected with Catarbie are being controlled by a mysterious stranger and that the disease might only be the stepping stone for something far more sinister. The trio now find themselves in a dilemma: should they continue to find a way back home; should they find a cure for the Catarbie; or should they go all the way and stop this stranger from carrying out his vile conspiracy?
Publisher: London : Sabrina deSouza (T/As Houkura), 2008
Edition: Paperback edition, first Australian edition
Branch Call Number: FICTION DeS
Characteristics: 1 online resource (400 pages :) : illustrations