Call of the Thnder Dragon Prologue The Girl on the Hill

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The Continuing Adventures of Falstaff Wild


The girl on the hill looked lost. The smudge of oil and the dirt on her hands was out of place. Her coat was a superior woollen garment with fur edged cuffs and collar. Her pantaloons were of silk. She ran over the crest of the hill, planted with rows and rows of tea bushes now naked in the grip of winter. The girl looked lost and afraid. The land she came from had not known war for many generations. In spite of that, here she saw the landscape below being torn apart by ironclad bombs dropped by behemoths above.

The prior existence of the small farm village below was now only marked by the trail of smoke in the air. The tents and vehicles along the edge of the bare earthen airstrip were burning unnaturally bright, incendiaries flashing as bright as stars amongst the canvas shelters where people…

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About Max

Poet, Creative Writer, Essayist, Political Opinionist and Reviewer. Rock and Roll fix it man with two guitars, a spanner, some glue and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis! Michael aka Max struggles to balance his continued ill luck with the limits of his condition. He also is acutely aware of the difficulties facing M.E. suffers who are abused by the system. In addition to poetry and historical fiction Michael also writes delightful and original children’s stories. He is also considering the completion of the first installment of his imaginative historically accurate stories of ex-pats stranded far from home in Asia during War World II, ‘The Orange Dragon of Old Hanoi’ (Copyright 2007, 2014). ‘The Long Hard Highway’ is a collection of poems by aspiring British poet, writer and researcher of historical fiction, and children's author Michael J. Wormald. Self published for the first time on Amazon Kindle 2013. The Call of the Thunder Dragon Novel out now View all posts by Max

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