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The Dry well is the continuing story of Saranna's wanderings over the lands of Akent. After the emotional reunion with her brother Drewin that closed Shadows of the trees, Saranna travels on to the City of Sen-Mar in the hot southern land of IssKor. She is now searching for her son, Rathenn, believed to be living in Sen-Mar under the name of Tel-Kor.

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Paperback, 364 pages
Published March 25th 2017 by Eluth Publishing Ltd.
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Clare O'Beara
Aug 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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The land of Skorn, as we see from the cover map, has become parched, and the deserts have spread. Travellers become desperate to struggle across ever-wider distances between oases, while city dwellers mutter that the god has turned against them. Then the main temple well runs dry. The priests have been secretly filling it by night, hoping the god will show favour again and send rain; but when the secret can no longer be kept the despairing, thirsty citizens rebel on their way out of the death tr ...more
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SUE BRIDGWATER was born in Plymouth in 1948 and after 20 years in Hackney, East London has now retired home to Devon. She has generally earned her living as a librarian, and has been writing seriously since the early 1980s.

Sue read English at Bedford College, London, graduating in 1970. Her M. Phil. in Children’s Fantasy Fiction was done externally during her children’s pre-school years, and was

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