Nobody visits Eerie-on-Sea in the winter, especially not when darkness falls, the wind howls, and even now, some swear they have seen the Malamander creep…
Four Queens. A divided nation. A ruthless pickpocket. A noble messenger. And the murders that unite them all.
The city of Telstar has been freed and the enemy defeated, but questions remain unanswered and a secret conclave formed to protect the city also has the power to destroy it.
An award-winning, evocative book for younger readers about a 10 year old girl who finds a baby and decides to raise it.
The second novel in the The Folk of the Air young adult fantasy trilogy sees the cruel prince now become a wicked king.
Alex and her friends attempt to unite the races in one last stand against the undefeatable Aven.
Zélie Adebola has been chosen by the Sky Mother to bring back magic in the country of Orïsha and restore the majji to their former glory.
Following on from the first book in the series, the two young knights settle back into their village only to return to the fray when two travellers are attacked by vicious, odious creatures called bilewolves.
This is the second novel for younger readers by Jaclyn Moriarty and, due to its nature, has me seeking out her previous book, The Extremely Inconvenient Adventures of Bronte Mettlestone. From the beginning this tale is based on teamwork and magic, giving an underlying message of compromise to enable harmony. It is easy to read […]
The first in a new YA fiction book series set in a medieval-like fantasy world with young best friends Odo and Eleanor setting off on a series of adventures.
A dark fairytale that mixes old world monsters with present day horrors when a book dealer is thrown into a quest that sees him face enchanted forests, trolls, secret islands, haunted graveyards and monsters both real and magical.
Harley Spark is a normal 13-year-old boy until he has an overwhelming urge to pick up and take home a Chinese vase. Then weird things begin to happen.
Laurel awakes in a warehouse to find the words “GET OUT” written on her arm. With no memory of who she is, she must fight to survive and uncover the mystery of her identity, as well as who is hunting her and why.
An adventure over 5 books, providing a mashup of Frank Baum’s Oz books, Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass and J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan.
Sondra Carstairs returns to her childhood home on the small Irish island of Anona, the ancient seat of the Keepers, whose forebears built the magical lighthouse that shines with the power of the moon. There, she discovers she is needed to take over the mantle of the Keepers.
Pirates, monsters, missing friends and tales of the high seas continue the complicated and bizarre life of Arthur Penhaligon when a hospital room fills with water, turning into the menacing Border Sea complete with sailing ships...
Arthur Penhaligon thinks that he has escaped the perils of the other realm and the House, but a call from Dame Primus sends him back to save his family and his world as the villainous Grim Tuesday finds a way to take control of the Lower house.
In his first days at a new school, Arthur Penhaligon is given a magical clock hand, setting him on a surreal adventure and bringing the appearance of the villainous Mister Monday and his henchmen.
As evil Prince Aven expands his control, Alex finds herself at the whim of a mystifying new mentor and attempts to get all the players in place before a war between the races breaks out.
The first novel in The Folk of the Air trilogy, following the lives of three sisters who are abducted into the dark world of Faerie and have to find ways to come to terms with the loss of their parents and their new lives.