The Anglurian Story, Book 2: Sipho and the Golden Nails by Laura Oneale

Laura Oneale
By Laura Oneale February 19, 2014 20:20

The Anglurian Story, Book 2: Sipho and the Golden Nails by Laura Oneale

Summary:

The adventure continues with these three extraordinary children, Sipho, Emma and Irma, who arrive on Planet Anglur and spend several months exploring, learning and observing the earth. Sipho visits the glorious temple to talk to God Most High, who instructs him on a new mission on earth to destroy the evil planned by Satan.

Return to earth and back to the great settlement nestled under the never-ending hills in Kwazulu Natal. The epic adventure begins, and an unfortunate incident occurs when Satan kidnaps Sipho. However, the great Zerydo saves the day and the journey starts without any problems, even Sipho is amazed. They travel to Israel and have to place the golden spears at certain spots around the borders of this country, visiting the historical sites of Jericho, Golan Heights and try to retrieve one lost golden spear taken by an abandoned Anglurian who lives in the caves on the outskirts of Israel. A trying and almost impossible task await them, but success is imminent. The last spear replaced, pandemonium breaks out, earthquake, torrents of rain, and Sipho disappears. Emma saves the day, and they return to England, where events that are more mysterious occur and eventually return to the settlement in Africa.

Sipho who lost his voice in England is summoned to return to Planet Anglur where he will be cured, but the feisty Lindiwe insists on taking him back to the village. King Dumasani, who realizes that the child is ill, summonses a sangoma who puzzlingly heals him. All return to the settlement and amazement at the power of the sangoma stuns the Anglurians who start a quest to discover the truth and so more trials for the children occur.

Where is the last golden spear, and will the Anglurians, be able to find this and complete the mission?

The author has rated this book G (all ages).

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By Laura Oneale February 19, 2014 20:20
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