In the shadow of this terror, a young boy called Nimbus sets in motion a chain of events that arouses a leviathan from its slumber and awakens an even more sinister power within his eight-year-old sister.
But Nimbus’s problems don’t end there: his family is falling apart, his best friend has developed a nasty streak of jealousy, and he is about to discover just how difficult it is to become a hero when you’re dead.
The Legend Riders is a series of exciting fantasy adventure books for children and young adults. This is an adventure where nothing is as it seems. Heroes will be found in the most unlikely places, and everyone has the potential to end up fighting for the wrong side.
Targeted Age Group:
Children and young adults
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What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
The most important thing is to always have fun. It can be tempting to give up on writing the things you want to write to focus instead on things that are currently popular, believing it will increase the chance of a publisher picking up your work. If you are not totally invested in what you are writing, this will come across in the work you produce.
Kevin Outlaw lives with his wife and daughter in Wiltshire, where he writes books that he thinks other people might like to read. He was educated at the University of Plymouth where he learned how to be exceptionally dull at dinner parties.
When Kevin isn’t writing, he is usually thinking about writing; if he isn’t thinking about writing, he is probably watching In the Night Garden with his daughter.
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