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Return to Greyvyn

Return to Greyvyn

Jill Yielder


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There are strangers in the land of North Feasgar, creating fear and unrest. Sarah, now fifteen, is called back to help her friend, Tom, to save the land from the invasion of the dark magical powers of the south. Their adventures take them deep into Mount Greyvyn, where they meet the keeper of the barrier dividing the north from the south and help her to maintain its strength. Sarah and Tom are joined in this adventure by Kayla and Jonnie, also with troubled backgrounds. What is so special about these teens? Why have they been chosen? What must they do to save the land?


Return to Greyvyn is the second novel in the Anam Cara Trilogy, which follows Tom and Sarah's adventures trying to conquer the dark powers that threaten the land of North Feasgar. For older readers interested in psychology, the story can also be explored as an allegory.

ISBN : 978-1-80439-134-1

Published: 29/06/2023

Pages : 256

Size : 205x140

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Jill Yielder

Jill Yielder, PhD, is a Jungian analyst and psychotherapist working in private practice, as well as working in the medical programme at the University of Auckland. While she has published a wide range of non-fiction articles relating to higher education, psychology and health and wellbeing, this is her first novel. She lives in Auckland, New Zealand.



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