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by Cameron Bryer (subscribe)
I am an aspiring musician & photographer living in Brisbane. Visit my photography page at I enjoy writing articles in my spare time.
Published June 12th 2014
Get Yourself Into The Mystical Adventures of Zarkora
Zarkora Book One - The Fyrelit Tragedy

This series of books is great for young readers who enjoy fantasy and adventure. The books are about two young brothers who have recently lost their sister, and have travelled across Fynaglade to find her. Throughout their travels they encounter giants, dragons and many other dangerous, fictional creatures. They also pick up a few allies along the way.

Zarkora Book Two - The Lost Kingdom

This series only consists of two books, but, the authors are planning on writing another two books fore the Zarkora series. The first book is called The Fyrelit Tragedy and the second book is called The Lost Kingdom. These two books are very exciting and I know many children aged 8 to13, who have enjoyed and been engrossed in these two books. The third book, The Mark of The Jackel, is expected to be released in July this year. The fourth book, Last Stand of Fynaglade, does not have a release date yet.

These two authors originated in Brisbane, Queensland and funnily enough, I went to the same primary school as them. One of the people from my school even got their name in the second book because at the school fete he asked the two authors if he could have his name in the book! He is the little boy in the forest called Knaiche. These two authors, Nicholas and Alison Lochel, travel around to different primary schools to talk about what it is like to be authors. The self publishing authors have sold 3,000 copies in
Brisbane alone!

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