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6 books of Judith Lesley Marshall

Set in Zipangu (ancient Japan) at the time of the first Mongol invasion, The Second Wave is the story of Chen who survives the typhoon sent by sun-­goddess Amaterasu to protect the island chain. Washed up on a beach and close to death, he is rescued by monks from the nearby temple. He evades capture by adapting to life among them until the time of the second invasion.

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A fantasy poetry story based in modern Greece. A fusion of fantasy, poetry, myth, magic and family history.

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Land of my Ancestors is a collection of poems inspired by the author's research into her farming and mining roots in Teesdale, Weardale and the Upper Pennine region of England. Voices found in documents, the landscape and scraps of memory are brought to life to weave together the threads of a family linked by love, loss, pain, hope and travel.

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A short story about a young man who enters an English monastery in search of a better life and ends up trapped in time.

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Inspired by a shepherd's score taught to me as a child, 'A Shepherd's Tally' is a selection box of sheep-­themed poems. Readers will recognise echoes of traditional Christmas carols and nursery rhymes as well as modern verse forms.
Thirteen poems make up the set, one for each month in the luni-­solar calendar. The whole is a celebration of Auld Lang Syne.

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Masquerade is a fantasy poetry story rooted in the concept of carnival and inspired by the trees, buildings and living statues of Barcelona.
The sequence of poems follow the fortunes of Kat, a modern working mum, who adopts a range of coping strategies when her daily life is overturned.

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Books of Judith Lesley Marshall