A Winter's Promise - The Mirror Vistor 1 (Paperback)
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A Winter's Promise - The Mirror Vistor 1 (Paperback)

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Paperback 492 Pages / Published: 31/01/2019
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A runaway French hit, this opening novel in Christelle Dabos’ The Mirror Visitor quartet is reminiscent of His Dark Materials in its scope and vision. Ethereal and impossibly romantic, Winter’s Promise is set in a world of floating arks and courtly intrigue rendered with grace and majesty. A magnificent opening to what promises to be a landmark series. 

Shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize 2019

I think we could have all lived happily, in a way, God, me and the others, if it weren’t for that accursed book. It disgusted me. I knew what bound me to it in the most sickening of ways, but the horror of that particular knowledge came later, much later. I didn’t understand straight away, I was too ignorant.

Lose yourself in the fantastic world of the arks and in the company of unforgettable characters in this French runaway hit, Christelle Dabos’ The Mirror Visitor quartet.

Long ago, following a cataclysm called the Rupture, the world was shattered into many floating celestial islands, now known as arks. Over each, the spirit of an omnipotent and immortal ancestor abides. The inhabitants of these arks each possess a unique power. Ophelia must navigate this fantastic, disjointed, perilous world using her trademark tenacity and quiet strength.

Plain-spoken, headstrong Ophelia cares little about appearances. Her ability to read the past of objects is unmatched in all of Anima and, what’s more, she possesses the ability to travel through mirrors, a skill passed down to her from previous generations.

Her idyllic life is disrupted, however, when she is promised in marriage to Thorn, a taciturn and influential member of a distant clan. Ophelia must leave all she knows behind and follow her fiancé to Citaceleste, the capital of a cold, icy ark known as the Pole, where danger lurks around every corner and nobody can be trusted.

There, in the presence of her inscrutable future husband, Ophelia slowly realizes that she is a pawn in a political game that will have far-reaching ramifications not only for her but for her entire world.

Publisher: Europa Editions (UK) Ltd
ISBN: 9781787701809
Number of pages: 492
Dimensions: 225 x 155 mm

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This was the start in a new fantasy series reminiscent of Philip Pullman’s ‘Northern Lights’, or Philip Reeves ‘Mortal Engines’. It is set in what I assume to be a post-apocolyptic earth, though this is never... More

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“This is my book of the year!”

Oh my goodness, this was amazing. I read this book twice in the same week because I couldn't get enough of it! I was slightly put off by how large it was at first but now I wish the book was even longer. Dabos... More

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The gorgeous front cover caught my attention first, although looking like a weird, upside down beehive, it reminded me of The Edge Chronicles by Ian Stewart and Chris Riddell- in fact I'd say it was a similar... More

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