The Mermaid Call (Paperback)
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Paperback 256 Pages / Published: 07/07/2022
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A gripping story of myth and mystery about a legendary mermaid and her dark power. When the truth comes out, will it bring freedom or a terrible retribution? Vivien's never going to win the Mermaid Crown and she knows it. Does she care? Who wants to be rewarded just for being pretty anyway? So she joins Alice on her quest to find the mermaid of the lake instead. But as the legend starts to unravel, it reveals an ugly truth. And leads the girls into terrible, watery danger... Cover illustrations by Kathrin Honesta.

Publisher: Nosy Crow Ltd
ISBN: 9781839941900
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 237 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 20 mm

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“Beautifully written, gripping adventure”

As soon as I picked up The Mermaid Call, I became totally lost in this wonderful tale of friendship and folklore. The writing is sublime and I was instantly drawn into its depths - and it really is a deep,... More

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“The Mermaid Call”

Gripping mystery, well told.

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“A stunning story”

Alex Cotter’s The House on the Edge was one of the standout titles of 2021 to me – a stunning debut weaving together the story of a missing child, sea ghosts and poor adult mental health and I remember clearly... More

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