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It has been many years since the village found an oracle. The strange creature, with scales like a dragon, is said to have the power of prophecy and to make strong and wise any who would eat it. Suah's father, Rashidi, is the village medicine man and would offer up the oracle in sacrifice to the elders. Suah, however, has different plans, and soon he and the oracle are struggling for survival in the wilds, far from home, with only each other to rely on.

©2015 David Scott Lillis (P)2015 David Scott Lillis

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  • Johnetta
  • 24-09-15

Wonderful Story

What did you love best about The Oracle Who Ate Ants?

I really liked the voice. And the story was captivating. It was not only good for children but I enjoyed it as an adult. Danger and ghosts and intrigue! Loved it.

What about Howard R. Wilson’s performance did you like?

A perfect fit. Entertaining and compelling.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Adventure in the Jungle

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