In 1910 a young girl races an ancient myth to return the Centaurs to their homeland in Georgia. As a shadow falls over the land and danger lurks ever closer, Tamara flees to a place that seems as strange to her as Dorothy dropped into Oz. With a new horse, new friends, and a daunting new challenge, she adapts to this land of opportunity. Now she must choose: race for the American dream or heed the cry of the Centaurs calling her home?
Cynthia Kennedy Henzel began her writing career at the Perry Daily Journal in Perry, OK writing the “An Optimist’s View” column. Since then, she has traveled the world and written over 50 books for young people. Her travels took her to the country of Georgia, where she discovered this story that led her home again.
by Cynthia Kennedy Henzel
Publication date: April 2015
$15.99 152 pages
5.5 x 8.5 paperback
Published by 4RV Publishing
What others are saying:
"Creating a bridge between countries and cultures, race and gender, science and story, Myth Rider is a beautifully written novel that will rope you in, take you for a ride, and ultimately bring you back home again."- Lindsay Eland, author of A Summer of Sundays.
Cynthia Kennedy Henzel lives in Tucson, AZ.
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