Wilderness Wars is my third novel and asks this question:
What if nature fights back?
It’s a fast-paced eco-thriller with a hint of the supernatural. At its heart are questions like: Should we respect our remaining wild places more? Should we think twice before thoughtlessly imposing our will on them?
Still in a daze, I take it all in: the wind, the leaden skies, the churning moody sea.
And, far in the distance, a misty outline. Skelsay.
Wilderness haven. Building-site. Luxury-retreat-to-be. And now, home.
When her father’s construction work takes Em’s family to the uninhabited island of Skelsay, she is excited, but also a little uneasy. Soon Em, and her friend Zac, realise that the setbacks, mishaps and accidents on the island point to something altogether more sinister: the wilderness all around them has declared war. Danger lurks everywhere. But can Em and Zac persuade the adults to believe it before it’s too late?
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