New! The Wild Grass Spins a Tale of Two Lambs and a Girl as They Each Face their Fates


New! The Wild Grass

by Graeme Brasher

When you are bred to be eaten, freedom is your only hope. 

Set on a farm on Kangaroo Island, South Australia, Graeme Brasher’s The Wild Grass is the stirring tale of twin lambs’ attempts to escape their fate. The lambs live alongside the human family who own them and the wild animals who make their living on the periphery of the farm.

Sam had never liked the way the livestock on the farm were treated. She understood that the animals were her parents’ livelihood and that nothing much could be done about it; still, their fate troubled her. When her father herded them into the yards for drenching, tailing, or drafting, she mostly bit her lip and turned a blind-eye to the harshness of it all.

Feral cats and scavenger crows threaten, but it is the humans who care for them that pose the gravest threat. When flooding leads to plans for the early dispatch of the lambs to market, the twins are forced to recognize that their lives are at risk.

Each must now make choices that mean the difference between life and death. Sanctuary lies a long perilous journey away. Can the Untamed lead them to safety?

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-946044-74-7

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About the Author

graemebrasher-loGraeme Brasher was born in South Australia in 1964. He grew up in the fishing community of Port Lincoln at the base of the Eyre Peninsula. After graduating with an arts degree and a diploma in education from the University of Adelaide, he began the teaching career which has seen him work in Australia, Europe, and Asia for the past thirty years. He now lives in Hong Kong. His poetry has been published in a number of online literary journals. The Wild Grass is his first novel.


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