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By David Hair

Publish yr note: First released March 2009
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Matiu Douglas has a bone tiki he stole from a tangi. His father′s vital new customer wishes it. Badly. And he has a few very nasty pals. whilst Mat is compelled to escape for his lifestyles, an unforeseen assembly with a lady referred to as Pania units his international spinning. abruptly he′s working in the course of the bush with a girl-clown, a puppy who's means too human, and a long-dead warrior. anxious creatures from legend are emerging up round him, and Mat faces a terrifying ordeal. and there's nowhere left to conceal . . . now not even in one other global. a panoramic event set in parallel New Zealands, from intriguing new writer David Hair.

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The air carried the smell of growing to be issues, however it used to be too early for grapes. He settled for consuming extra, and refilled the bottle from the river. The river water carried a silt tang, yet used to be cool and candy. as soon as out of sight of the bridge, it was once as though he’d left the area of individuals. The willows muffled the far-off sounds of automobiles at the street, which moved clear of the river, until eventually hundreds of thousands of metres separated Mat from the line. The land among was once jam-packed with grapevines and excessive grass, however the banks at the river steepened and shortly he forgot concerning the outdoor international. He used to be trudging and sloshing down a winding hall of willow, the sky was once a slim financial institution of blue above and the one noise used to be the splash and snicker of the movement, and the tune of birds and cicadas within the bushes. Dragonflies darted approximately him, and the breeze ruffled his hair lightly. It used to be not easy to recollect he used to be being hunted. He made slower time than he’d notion he may, with fallen logs, tangled willow that sometimes overhung the circulation, and deep swimming pools, all slowing him down. He fell greater than as soon as, in order that he used to be consistently rainy lower than the waist. a number of instances stones slid into his running shoes, and he needed to cease and shake them out. He grew drained, and ailing of the trouble. He heard the unusual whispering only once. His identify, whispered hungrily, slightly audible but chilling. ‘Mat…Mat…where are you? solution me, boy…or it's going to pass badly for you and your parents…’ Suppressing a quick tremor, he pulled out his koru, pictured a toddler in entrance of him, shushed it, and the whispering went away. He shook his head, to dispel the faint echo of that hissing voice, after which it used to be long past. a feeling of unreality momentarily overtook him. not anything made any experience any more…and but it did…Puarata was once genuine, and so used to be Pania. What she had advised him had labored, and he had performed it. along with his personal mind's eye, he made the voice leave. He felt a small surge of pride. Feeling higher for this small triumph, he driven onward, and was once starting to take into consideration the place to go away the river and likelihood the line while he heard a puppy bark, and seconds later an individual known as out to him. ‘Hey! ’ Mat stopped, cringing. The voice got here from a sunny-faced lady, might be eighteen years outdated, just a little plump with brief purple hair, in a filthy blue T-shirt and shorts. Her epidermis was once purple from the sunlight and her nostril freckled. At her part used to be a major golden-brown Labrador with vivid eyes and a drooling tongue. It barked back, tail wagging. ‘Hey, you okay? ’ the woman known as back. He felt a small pang of fear, questioned how most sensible to reply to. ‘Yeah,’ he spoke back, attempting to sound nonchalant. ‘Just, y’know, mountaineering. ’ the lady leaned opposed to a tree trunk. She had a water-bottle in her hand. ‘Uh-huh. ’ ‘Is whatever incorrect? ’ Mat requested, wishing he sounded extra informal. ‘This isn’t deepest land is it? ’ the lady shook her head. ‘Nah. ’ She tossed a look again over her shoulder. ‘Eskdale Park. ’ ‘Oh. ’ He used to be extra into the valley than he idea. He checked out his watch. approximately half-three. ‘Well, higher get going,’ he acknowledged, turning away.

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