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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 Relic
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'Oscar French is left alone with his archeologist Uncle's latest acquisition. Floating in a glass dome filled with formaldehyde, the relic is a grisly severed head from a mysterious tomb in the jungles of northern Borneo. Its mouth carefully stitched shut, an unknown language tattooed across its wizened forehead, the Head of Savakor possesses strange powers. Unsuspecting Oscar is about to be offered the revenge he has dreamed of, and terrifying power he could never have imagined...but at what price?' (Source: author's website.)

Affiliation Notes

  • This work is affiliated with the AustLit subset Asian-Australian Children's Literature and Publishing because it has an Asian setting.

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    y separately published work icon Trust Me! Paul Collins (editor), Ormond : Ford Street , 2008 Z1498140 2008 anthology poetry short story children's young adult mystery crime horror science fiction romance fantasy historical fiction (taught in 1 units) 'Trust Me!, edited by Paul Collins with a foreword by Isobelle Carmody, is a genre collection of original stories, poems and illustrations from Australia's leading children's writers and illustrators. The contents page includes Andy Griffiths, Gary Crew, Shaun Tan, Leigh Hobbs, Catherine Bateson, Steven Herrick and many others. Poetry and stories by various authors around the themes of adventure, crime, fantasy, science fiction, romance, thriller, horror, historical, etc ' --Provided by publisher Ormond : Ford Street , 2008 pg. 229-242
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