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The Wild Hunt
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The Wild Hunt (Hardback)

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Synopsis

'Lucy Holland is a brilliantly assured storyteller' - Molly Flatt



A must-read for fans of Circe and The Bear and the Nightingale



Once an Iceni warchief, Herla was tricked into spending three days in the faery realm. But a century passed for each day she feasted, and when she and her followers emerged, it was to find the Iceni wiped out and Britain overrun. Cursed to bring death to all she meets, Herla now presides over her grim court, dreaming of vengeance.



710 AD. Orphaned and raised in a monastery on the edge of Dumnonia, eighteen-year-old Cryda spends what she believes to be her last days in study - until the night Ine of Wessex slays the king and lays waste to her home.



Desperate to escape, she flees west. But when Cryda loses her way on the moor, it's Herla who assists her. Herla realizes that to befriend Cryda is to risk the girl's soul, and yet she finds herself drawn to the young scholar. Together, Herla and Cryda must walk a knife's edge between the living and the dead, the faery realm and a war-torn land, in an effort to save a kingdom and ultimately their own souls.



The Wild Hunt recasts the folklore of the Erlking into a dark, feminist fantasy set amidst the legends and beauty of ancient Cornwall.

Fiction & PoetryFantasyFiction & PoetryHistorical FictionMyth & legend told as fiction Publisher: Pan Macmillan Publication Date: 15/09/2022 ISBN-13: 9781529077407  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Lucy Holland works for Waterstones and has a BA in English & Creative Writing from Royal Holloway. She went on to complete an MA in Creative Writing under Andrew Motion in 2010. Lucy lives in Devon and co-hosts Breaking the Glass Slipper, an award-winning feminist podcast. She is the author of Sistersong.

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