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Phantom Phantasia: Sea and stars to save a kingdom ... Paperback – 31 Aug 2018
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About the Author
Claire Savage is an author, journalist and copywriter from Northern Ireland whose short stories and poetry have been published in a number of literary journals and magazines. She published her debut children’s novel, Magical Masquerade, in April 2017, officially launching it at the Belfast Book Festival. It was also included as part of Derry’s SBOOKY Festival and the Dublin Book Festival 2017. Claire was previously chosen as one of Lagan Online’s 12NOW (New Original Writers) for 2016/17. In November 2017, she received a General Arts Award from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland’s National Lottery fund, to support her in artistic production and promotion, in drafting a second novel, and in creating a support structure for the first. Phantom Phantasia is Claire's second middlegrade novel.
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Go fast as lightning – not a moment too soon.’
I am delighted to have my own daughter Emily join me today with her thoughts on a book she thoroughly enjoyed.
I adore seeing my children walking around the house with a book in their hands, and such was the case when Emily was reading Phantom Phantasia. I just love that she took the time to lose herself in fairyland for a few hours.
Phantom Phantasia by Claire Savage is the second book of two. I loved the first one, so I was ecstatic when I came home from school, only to find it waiting on the kitchen table to be read.
I had to consult Magical Masquerade, as it had been quite awhile since I read the first one, but after a couple of pages, it all came back to me.
Felicity returns to Fairyland, only to find that her family has been captured by witches and that Fairyland’s borders have been weakened, letting in all sorts of creatures. Joined by Bob the Brownie and her best friend Sophie (who was summoned to her in a bucket!!), they travel from the bottom of the ocean to different planets, where they meet not-so-giant ladies and Moon Hares.
I loved all the characters as their personalities are described brilliantly. I could really visualise them, the Riddler in particular. I found his personality funny, as villains go, because in a certain part of the book, when he is not rhyming, he has a proper conversation and is very childish and funny.
‘”Didn’t expect that now, DID you?”, she could sense the smirk on his face.
“I don’t think anyone could”, said Felicity “Wait a minute, we aren’t rhyming”
“No, the magic here distorts things”, said the Riddler, a little huffily, “but your rhymes are rarely any good anyway, so at least I won’t have to hear them”'
I don’t know why, but I just love that line!
I would recommend Phantom Phantasia to anyone age 8-12 and who, like me, loves magic and adventure.