The Notorious Scarlett and Browne

Jonathan Stroud author


Publisher:Walker Books Ltd

Published:7th Jul '22


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The Notorious Scarlett and Browne cover

A fast-paced fantasy adventure set in a broken, future England, following the further exploits of the outlaws Scarlett and Browne.

Scarlett McCain and Albert Browne have outwitted their pursuers and escaped into the wilderness once more, and it’s not long before they become famous for their audacious heists across the Seven Kingdoms. Yet neither is fully able to escape the shackles of the past – as they discover when a dangerous job turns sour.

Soon old enemies and sinister new threats are pressing in on every side, and Scarlett and Browne must pull off an impossible mission and strike out against The Faith Houses and the Brothers of the Hand if they are to save the people they hold most dear.

Praise for The Outlaws Scarlett and Browne:

“You won't be able to put this down. A classic in the making.” – Eoin Colfer

“Perfectly paced, beautifully written and bursting with black humour and bold ideas.” – Philip Reeve

““Imaginative, original, taut and with multi-layered protagonists... A wild ride.” – Jo Cotterill

Scarlett and Browne is phenomenal, unputdownable storytelling of the highest order.” – Piers Torday

Humorous, nail-biting and rich in unexpected turns of phrase, this is beautifully constructed storytelling of the first order. * Sunday Times *
Witty and scary. * Financial Times, Best books of 2022: Young adult *
rowdy, rollicking, remarkable road trip. -- Sally Morris * Sally Morris' children's books of the year, Daily Mail *
Full of twists and turns and new characters to love or hate, this is a perfect adventure. 9 out of 10. -- David Barker
Funny and gripping, it will be irresistible to anyone, child or adult, who loves action movies and steampunk. -- Amanda Craig * New Statesman *

  • Short-listed for CrimeFest Awards (Best Crime Novel for YA) 2023 (UK)

ISBN: 9781406394825

Dimensions: 198mm x 129mm x 24mm

Weight: 277g

400 pages