Shadows of Winterspell

Shadows of Winterspell

Children's, Age 9-12
Paperback Published on: 17/10/2019
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Shadows of Winterspell
Narnia-esk
This is a magical, wonderful tale of belonging and secrets within two worlds, our world and the one of the faeries. For anyone who likes Narnia or the snow... READ MORE
Emily@waterstonestorquay
Shadows of Winterspell
A story of magic. Of the fae. Of a family secret and of friendship.
This is a magical book - quite extraordinary.  Stella has been living on the edge of Winterspell for years. In the old days her Nan and she would search t... READ MORE
Sue Chambers
Shadows of Winterspell
A spine-tingling adventure that bristles with magic at every page.
Shadows of Winterspell is a spine-tingling adventure that bristles with magic at every page. Wilson’s vibrant cast of characters, from fae creatures to gho... READ MORE
Meg from Waterstones Swindon
Shadows of Winterspell
Fey, Crumpets, and unforgettable Magic
Wow, this book is so atmospheric. I loved the spooky description of Winterfell (you could feel the shadows breaking down your neck), I adored the magic sys... READ MORE
Lizz in Bath
Shadows of Winterspell
A magical story of family and friendship
I thought the way the contemporary school setting and themes of friendship, loneliness, change, growing up and rebellion were merged with the magical eleme... READ MORE
Rachael at Altrincham

Synopsis

Deep in the forest, magic is waiting . . .

Sparkling with frost and magic, Shadows of Winterspell will sweep you up in a world of friendship and magic, to uncover family secrets and find out who you really are.

Stella has been living behind the magic of the forest for most of her life. Lonely, she enrolls at the local school, and as she begins to make friends, she discovers that she is even more different than she thought. But as autumn turns to magical winter, Stella realizes that uncovering her own family secret is the only way to release the forest from the grip of a dark and old magic.

A wintery magical adventure from the critically-acclaimed Amy Wilson, author of A Girl Called Owl.

  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
  • ISBN: 9781529018967
  • Number of pages: 320
  • Weight: 218g
  • Dimensions: 197 x 132 x 21 mm

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