Bloodline (Paperback)
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Warring kingdoms, bloody feuds and a battle for survival...Step back into the Dark Ages with this riveting, epic adventure from a debut writer."Set in Dark Ages Britain", this is the powerful story of Essa, whose father Cai, a travelling bard and occasional spy, leaves him behind one night at a settlement of the Wolf Clan. Essa is a survivor and forges new allegiances and even love, but never stops wondering why his father never came back. The settlement is under threat from cruel Mercian bands across the forests, and Essa is caught up in a heart-stopping journey to avert disaster. A battle is inevitable, but Essa finds he can influence its outcome in a way nobody but his father would understand...

Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781406309386
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 25 mm

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“This deserves a wider readership!”

I first read this book in 2009 when participating in the student judging of the Portsmouth Book Awards (long list). Back then I knew that it was excellent and believed it thoroughly deserved to make the short list.... More

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