Spark Hunter

Sonya Wilson


An epic Kiwi adventure-fantasy – a story of survival in Fiordland, one of the world’s last great wildernesses.

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About the book

Over a million hectares of wild bush-clad land and one young hunter …

Nissa Marshall knows that something is hiding deep in the forests of Fiordland National Park – she’s seen their lights in the trees. But what are they, and why does no one else seem to notice them?

When Nissa abandons her school camp to track down the mysterious lights, she finds herself lost in a dangerous wonderland. But she’s not the only one in danger – the bush and the creatures are under threat too – and she wants to help. What can a school kid do where adults have failed, and can she find her way back? In Fiordland, the lost usually stay lost.

Spark Hunter is an epic Kiwi adventure-fantasy – a story of survival in one of the world’s last great wildernesses.

About the author

Sonya Wilson has been a broadcast journalist for many years, reporting, producing and presenting for TV news and current affairs shows such as One News, 20/20, Sunday and Q + A. She grew up in Southland, but now lives in Auckland with her husband and two sons, her elderly Burmese cat called Graham and her dog Dusky. She runs the charity children’s book scheme, Kiwi Christmas Books, and works as a freelance writer and journalist. Spark Hunter is her first book.


Dimensions: 128 x 198
Number of pages: 282
Binding: soft cover

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