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By: Bernie Hanvey


Pages: 305 Ratings: 5.0
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A baby is born as his mother dies; his survival is a miracle. Sam Tyler is the baby – and he is a genius. Sam is awarded a fast-track scholarship to attend the University of Aberystwyth in Wales. Three years later, he has a PhD in Mathematics and Science, and a Masters in Art. With Sam’s genius come other extraordinary abilities: telekinesis and levitation are just two of them. At fifteen, the travel bug bites. More adventures begin on the other side of the world. Sam meets a dog at the sacred Maori cemetery of Mount Taupiri in the Waikato region of North Island. The dog has been waiting by the grave of his owner for two weeks when Sam arrives. This dog is very special, his name is Hugo. The wild South Island of New Zealand is where Sam goes to celebrate his sixteenth birthday. His birthday is on the 14th of November, 2016. That same night as the “Super Moon”, and New Zealand suffers its biggest earthquake for over eighty years. It is recorded at 7.8 on the Richter scale. Sam and Hugo use their combined abilities to save lives among the devastation.

Born in Manchester, the author left his home and military life in Hereford in January 1975 to move to New Zealand. His future search centred on a better life with more prospects than the UK had to offer at the time. He now lives in Tauranga, in the Bay of Plenty region of New Zealand’s North Island, where sun, sea and surf are everyday events.

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  • Moana

    Really fantastic book. It was wonderful to read about Sam's adventures as he grew up and I always wanted to know what would happen next. Would highly recommend!

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