Seaglass (Paperback)
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Seaglass (Paperback)

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Paperback 230 Pages
Published: 12/09/2018
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Lark needs a break. Her mother is ill, her sister has stopped speaking and she's fallen out with her best friend. When her family arrives at a caravan site on the windy Welsh coast, she and her little sister rush off to explore. But soon this freedom get frightening. Is there a figure in the fog? What happened at the ruined house in the woods? Why is her sister so fascinated by a girl in a green dress that no one else can see?

As the storms get wilder and events get stranger, Lark must face a long-buried secret to try to save her family.

Publisher: Firefly Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781910080801
Number of pages: 230
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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“A lonely girl....”

Thank you to the publishers for this early review copy.
I had previously read and loved gaslight by Eloise too so I was very keen to get my hands on seaglass.
Seaglass is a tense, yet lovely read.
A troubled family?... More

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“Seaglass is Eloise Williams's best yet.”

Seaglass is Eloise Williams's best yet.
What a book! My daughter said I looked like I was going to cry at one point reading it - I was so worried about Snow. The pace is excellent, so well pitched for the middle... More

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