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Fire Bringer by David Clement-Davies
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Sep 14, 10

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Recommended for: any child or young adult
I own a copy, read count: 2 or 3

This book is for any animal lover or not, a gripping tale of a struggle from a deer's point of view. A young adults' book but older and younger people could enjoy it also.
"There is a prophecy among deer. One day, a fawn will be born with the mark of an ok leaf upon his forehead. His courage will lead the deer to freedom; his strength will defeat their greatest enemy."

Rannoch is born the night his father is murdered. As the attention is turned to him, he must run for his life as stags who won the struggle for power (for now) hunt him. Rannoch begins his journey, learning about the world and himself as he goes. He loses friends and gains them, but he is seperated from his friends who escaped with him by man. But he will return to face the destiny he was born for and to defeat the forces that drove him away.
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