Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 72
Weight: 409 g
Dimensions: 238 x 175 mm
Suffused with joy and melancholy and underpinned by the knowledge of where it comes from and where it wants to go... It is absolutely a retelling for our age, but also for ages still to come -- Lucy Mangan * The Guardian *
Magical, sumptuous, transporting * The Big Issue *
Unforgettable, unpredictable and utterly enchanting for anyone between the ages of seven and seventy -- Amanda Craig * The New Statesman *
Will hold the reader spellbound from start to finish * The Guardian *
A richly nuanced tale with a contemporary slant that will fire your imagination - and haunt your dreams * Times Educational Supplement *
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