The Hedgewitch series continues... Cassie, Rue and Tabitha's magical training will be put to the test as they venture deeper into the Hedge and race to find the faery treasure before it falls into the hands of the Erl King.
Cassie, Rue and Tabitha's magical training will be put to the test as they venture deeper into the Hedge and race to find the faery treasure before it falls into the hands of the Erl King.
Step into the magical world of Hedgewitch, where the land of Faerie lies just beyond our own . . . The enchanting new series continues.
Cassie has settled into life in Hedgely when, out of the blue, her troubled cousin, Sebastian, comes to stay for Hallowe'en. Sneering and scornful, Sebastian trails after Cassie and her friends, interfering with their coven projects and belittling the dangers of the faery world.
But Cassie, Rue and Tabitha have bigger problems – as the nights grow longer, a dark shadow creeps out of the Hedge and villagers start behaving strangely, possessed with the desire to find a mysterious object.
When the Hedgewitch is called away, the girls decide to investigate and discover that whoever is controlling the villagers is seeking a faery relic: an ancient and dangerous weapon, hidden somewhere in the village. Their magical training will be put to the test as they venture deeper into the Hedge and race to find the faery treasure before it falls into the hands of the Erl King.
PRAISE FOR HEDGEWITCH BOOK 1: 'Magical in every sense of the word. So magical that I suspect Skye McKenna might actually be a fairy' Eoin Colfer. 'An enchanting contemporary classic. The writing is as magical as the story – a total treat' Piers Torday. 'There are only two sorts of fantasy story: the ones that feel fake and the ones that feel real. It's hard to explain the difference but you know the real ones when you read them, and Hedgewitch is one of them' Philip Reeve. 'A richly inventive story' Gillian Cross. 'So full of magic and adventure – I wish I'd written it myself!' Linda Chapman. 'Oozes magic from every page. The start of a cosy, compelling series for anyone who's ever wanted to be a witch' Aisha Bushby. 'From the very first page, the story sweeps you into an utterly believable magical world, one filled with warmth, wonder, mystery and just the right amount of danger to thrill young readers' Aisling Fowler. 'Fantasy lovers should not miss Hedgewitch' Daily Telegraph. 'Vivid and thoroughly assured, Hedgewitch may well stand alongside the works of Murphy and Rowling in years to come' Literary Review. 'A twisty tale that brings together nature and folklore' i weekend. 'Thoroughly magical and compelling' New Statesman. 'A magical story of adventure and friendship involving a cast of remarkable characters' The School Librarian. 'Packed full of mystery and imagination' BookTrust. 'Charming magical quest' LoveReading4Kids. 'This magical story feels like it will be an instant classic' The Week Junior. 'The start of an entrancing new series whose characters will quickly charm their way into the hearts of its readers, and encourage them to embrace the magic of the wild' librarygirlandbookboy.com. 'This feels like slipping on your pjs, and is a gentle read with just enough darkness to set your hairs on edge' misscleavelandsreading.com. 'For those with magic in their soul, Hedgewitch is a pure delight' lilyandthefae.wordpress.com. 'With echoes of Diana Wynne Jones and Alan Garner, Hedgewitch feels like a future classic' www.picturebooksnob.com. 'A spell-binding read full of evil magical folk and good witches' Toppsta Reviewer, aged 9. 'A great book full of magic, friends and fun' Toppsta Reviewer, aged 12. 'I really, really love this book. I couldn't stop reading' -- Toppsta Reviewer, aged 8