This is the second part (Part 2 of 2 in this title) of the action-packed Tacrem Adventure Series.
Time is running out, and Tacrem leads a gripping confrontation against the Fligers and a new, as yet unknown black-clad enemy which involves a high pursuit chase to protect his friends and his world.
The seas are rising, and solutions are needed quickly. Tacrem's draws upon all of his learnings learning to suggest creative and heroic ways of saving his world. But will his ideas be accepted by the High Council?
As he gets sucked into the role of leader, part of him resents the position in which he finds himself, but he casts aside his thoughts and continues to focus. He considers how to outwit, outperform, and outmanoeuvre the Fligers and the persistent black-clad enemy.
During a vital mission, Tacrem is forced to complete a critical task alone, where he encounters more enemies and greatly enjoys using his extraordinary powers to overcome them. Meanwhile, he learns more of his truth of his past and explores his feelings for another.
While Tacrem struggles to come to terms with his identity, the question remains as to how he will perform as a leader and cope with the enormous pressure that he is under, and will he succeed in saving Cetardia?
About the Author
Before working full-time as an author, Paul worked as a Head Teacher in a secondary school, a position that he adored and sadly had to leave due to vision loss. On his way up to the Head Teacher position, Paul taught Physical Education and latterly Business Studies and Management. He loved working with youngsters and led many challenging and rewarding initiatives to benefit those in his charge.
Paul's writing reflects his passion and achievements. His love of being around tomorrow's adults drives him to write for Young Adults (YA) where he gains much satisfaction from the knowledge that his words are helping them to develop their imagination and creativity, as well as their command of the language.
In his younger days, Paul served in the Royal Marines, Royal Military Police, and the UK Home Office after which he worked as an International Security Consultant. During these years he travelled and worked extensively gaining incredible experiences, all of which he draws upon in his writing of dramas and thrillers.
Paul is happily married and lives in Cornwall, UK. He also serves as a Trustee in a charity for the visually impaired, iSight Cornwall, and is learning to play the guitar.
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