Four Small Stones (Urban Hunters #1)

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FOUR SMALL STONES (book 1)
Billy’s gotta find some girls, or he and his brothers face extinction, the last of their kind living a Stone Age life in the Australian bush. The spirits choose Billy to see what he can find in the big city. But he’s never even seen a girl before and all he’s got to wear is a loincloth. More

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Words: 17,340
Language: English
ISBN: 9780987176004
About Gary Taaffe

Gary Taaffe lives in a small coastal town in NSW, Australia. There's open ocean on one side, a massive saltwater lake on the other and enough virgin bushland in the surrounding areas to lose yourself for a week.

When he’s not writing, Gary’s hunting deer for the freezer or putting around the lake fishing for flathead.

He’s a Toolmaker by trade, a successful inventor and now, a writer. Urban Hunters is the culmination of his inventiveness, his enthusiasm for the outdoors and his fun–filled sense of humour.

Connect with Gary here:
Blog — www.UrbanHunters.com.au
Facebook Author Page — Gary Taaffe
Twitter — @Urban_Hunters
Email — gmt369@gmail.com

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Review by: Misty Taylor on Sep. 29, 2011 :
This was a very interesting short story!! I loved what Billy did to his brothers...that was epic! By the time the book was done my stomach was hurting and I had tears rolling down my face because I was laughing so hard!!!
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Review by: Wendy Wilde on Aug. 25, 2011 :
What a refreshing change! My teenage kids usually complain about reading the same old types of stories. They were buzzing about Billy so much that I thought I’d read it myself to see what all the fuss was about. WOW! What fun! The story is different and so is Gary’s writing. Admittedly, I was a little frustrated at not knowing what it was to be made a galah of, it’s an Australian thing, I do now! My kids cannot wait for the next episode(me too). I liked the short episodic format. My kids get a little daunted at the prospect of committing to a novel length book, this was just great. They read it after school and were buzzing about it over dinner. All I can say is hurry up and get that next episode out. Really great work!
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