Wood Angel (Paperback)
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Wood Angel (Paperback)

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Paperback 288 Pages / Published: 07/03/2011
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Plain Kate lives in a time afraid of magic. She has a gift for carving 'lucky' wooden-charms. Known as Witch-Blade, her unusual gift attracts dangerous attention in a place where witches are burned. When her village falls on bad times, suspicion falls on Kate. Scared for her life, she seeks the help of a mysterious stranger. In exchange for her shadow, the stranger will assist her, but Kate becomes part of a terrifying plan, darker than she ever dreamed.

Publisher: Chicken House Ltd
ISBN: 9781906427603
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 215 g
Dimensions: 198 x 130 x 18 mm

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“Courtesy of A Trillian Books”

Plain Kate is an odd child. She has different colour eyes and her skill with a carving knife are unusual for a girl of her age. In a time when magic is feared, any peculiarities in a person can be dangerous but... More

Paperback edition
7th March 2011
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“an exceptional, lyrical novel”

Wood Angel is one of those rare books that's equally suitable for an adult reader as for a teenager.

Under a different title (Plain Kate), it has been nominated for awards and offered recognition in Canada and... More

Paperback edition
7th March 2011
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“What a great book!”

I just plain loved this book. The language was amazingly inspiring and poetic. I loved the characters of Drina and of course, Kate and Taggle. I cried, I laughed and most of all, I missed it as soon as I reached the... More

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19th April 2011
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