Dawn of the Guardian
Deep in the heart of Andalusia on the outskirts of the ancient towering walls of Arcos de la Frontera is a seemingly quiet town, which holds a chillingly malevolent secret. Once revealed it will challenge the very fabrics of what we consider reality to be. Born of the Dream, Fuko (short for Fukushima), a two-and-half-year-old Patterdale Terrier, holds the key to this mystery and upon him is thrust the responsibility of the Guardian, a role that plunges him into the thick of an adventure that spans the vastness of time and the dimensions of existence. Will Fuko be able to navigate the treacherous path of becoming the fully fledged Guardian, all while protecting his adopted dog family and facing an energy so entangled in the Dream that it threatens to envelop and enslave all of humanity, the animal domain, and all of existence with it? Told through rich allegory, Dawn of the Guardian offers readers a journey into the world of lucid dreaming through an adventurous, fun-filled, and often spine-chilling tale.
- Paperback | 402 pages
- 152 x 229 x 23mm | 589g
- 23 Mar 2016
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
About Reka Kaponay
Réka Kaponay is a 16-year-old passionate writer and blogger, turning her dream of becoming a professional writer and published author into reality at the age of 14. At 12 years of age, Réka was inspired by a trip to Andalusia, Spain, to write her first full-length fantasy-adventure novel... Dawn of The Guardian. Reka began writing at a very early age creating short stories and entering local writing competitions. Her love for relating stories intensified when her family started out on a continuous world-traveling journey of learning and exploration in 2012. She has since traveled to 44 countries on six continents and now has a readership of over 15,000 to her blog Dreamtime Traveler - www.dreamtimetraveler.com Reka's journey has been one of learning and listening to people's stories, immersing herself in their mindset, viewpoint and understanding of the world. This is translated in her book, through the telling of the fantasy-adventure tale of Fuko, the unlikely Patterdale Terrier, who has been chosen as 'The Guardian', all of which is told through entertaining rich allegory, intended to engage and inspire young people to get out there and realise their dreams. Reka and her family are continuing their world journey of learning, and a global promotional tour of her book, as well as a nationwide tour in Hungary, with the book having been published in Hungarian ("Az Orzo hajnala") by Kolibri Publishing in September 2017. Reka is also in the process of writing the sequel to Dawn of The Guardian. For Events and Tour information visit https: //dawnoftheguardian.com/dotg_events