The Midwinter Child Paperback – 9 Nov 2009
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this is a classic - a special, secret world is beckoning --authonomy.com
This is a brilliant book. I so want to read on and, not just find out, but live through, what happens next --authonomy.com
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An excellent piece of writing, --authonomy.com
You don't hear enough old legands woven into modern stories these days, so it's nice to fingd someone keeping them alive.
From the Author
The idea for The Midwinter Child came to me in the summer when my nine year old son Jacob, who is mildly ADHD, needed a new book for me to read to him. I decided to write one especially for him. It held his attention every night and left him begging for another chapter. I very much hope your child will feel the same way about it.See all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
I will do another review later once I get his feedback, but I know he will not be disappointed, this is a book for all boys and girls whatever age. Cleverly written by the author, she has a great future, and I sincerely hope it won't be long before her books are snapped up for filming. Move over Rowling, Reid is on her way.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this book after reading all the good reviews but in the end I was disappointed. It reads as a script to an action film for teenagers. Read morePublished on 11 Jun. 2013 by Victoria PK
This book grabs you from the first sentence (I had to read it first of course).
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