'The Dog Hunters' now available fully illustrated
Writer/illustrator David Bell brings his 5 star rated epic medieval adventure to life.
The story: ”“While brave Welshmen die fighting English invaders, Llewelyn is forced to study Plato. But then a mighty Chinese war fleet arrives, offering to annihilate Wales's old enemy. The Chinese Emperor's price? Llewelyn's oldest friend, Gelert the legendary and stupendously flatulent wolfhound. Boy and dog are kidnapped and dragged across stormy oceans and scorpion-infested deserts in a nightmare journey involving flying dogs, berserk baboons, and thousand-year-
However, ‘The Dog Hunters’ isn’t just a beat ’em up, fart-fugged, rowdy romp. Beneath the action it gets to the heart of loyalty and duty, why men go to war, and what terrible lengths they’ll go to in order to win. Plus there are deeper subtexts of the perils of genetic engineering and biological warfare. “Mainly though,” says David Bell, “it’s the story of a young man trying to prove himself, and a huge wolfhound with spectacular problems with flatulence".
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About the author: David Bell grew up on a diet of ‘TinTin’, ‘Judge Dredd’ and ‘Sharpe’ stories, CGI free action movies, and studied Graphic Design and Illustration at Liverpool Art School. With a successful career in London advertising under his belt, he crossed the world to do ads in New Zealand, eventually setting up Adschool, Auckland’s internationally acclaimed course for aspiring young writers and art directors. But the Welsh legend of Gelert the Faithful Wolfhound came with him, haunting his memories over the years until he knew he had to do something about it. So, several decades since he stood bawling his eyes out at Gelert’s grave in Beddgelert, Snowdonia, David Bell has brought the brave old dog back to life with a book that both fills a gap in the Young Adult book market and appeals to adults with a hankering for days gone by.
David lives in Auckland NZ and travels the world with Jeneal and Frank, their son. The Dog Hunters' eBook has already garnered 5 star reviews on Amazon worldwide, andwith the illustrated version of the story now put to bed, he's rushing to finish the 2nd book in the adventures of Llewelyn and Gelert- 'The Dog Army'.
Paperback edition available through http://www.amazon.com/
eBook version available through Smashwords,