Thursday 8 June 2017

Book Promo - The Warrior In The Mist

Title: The Warrior in the Mist
Subtitle: The invaders are coming. The battle is about to begin.
Imprint: Shrine Bell
ISBN: 978-1-911342-38-0
Rights: World
Publication: 7 September 2017
Edition: First
Author: Ruth Eastham
Classification: Adventure stories (Children’s/Teenage) (YFC); Fantasy and magical realism (Children’s/Teenage) (YFH); Horror and ghost stories, chillers (Children’s/Teenage) (YFD)
Size: 198mm x 129mm
Extent: 216 pages
Cover: Paperback
Retail price: £6.99

Their bodies flickered strangely – transparent, blueish, as if they were made of flames. With a jolt, he realised that they were fading.
Time was running out.
Who are the phantom girls? What do they want with Aidan?
Aidan’s village is under siege. A fracking company has moved on to the land. Once drilling is complete, the paddocks looked after by Aidan’s family will be gone, along with his home and the horse he loves. Aidan and his best friends Emmi and Jon have one last hope.
Legend has it that the warrior queen Boudicca is buried close by. If only they can find the tomb … prove this is the site of her last great battle against Roman invaders …
As the mists of time separating ancient history from present day swirl and fade, Aidan must face a deadly enemy. He must fight to uncover the truth of the ghostly sisters, before it is too late.

The Warrior in the Mist is the latest novel from Ruth Eastham; award winning author of The Memory Cage and The Messenger Bird.

• From the award-winning author of The Memory Cage – shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize, and winner of the Inspiration Book Award.
• A thrilling combination of adventure, fantasy, emotion and history in one enthralling story.
• Published by Shine Bell, imprint of multi-award-winning publisher Vertebrate Publishing

Ruth Eastham is an award-winning British author. Her debut novel, The Memory Cage, was shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize and won the Inspiration Book Award. Teachers voted it best story in the UK Literacy Association Book Award, and it won and was shortlisted for many other regional prizes. The Memory Cage was also nominated for the prestigious Carnegie Medal.
Her second book, The Messenger Bird, won and was shortlisted for many local authority book prizes and its Enigma Code themes made it a featured book at the famous Bletchley Park.
Ruth is a popular speaker in schools, in the UK and abroad, fascinating children with the real life mysteries and dramas behind these and her other books: Arrowhead, The Jaguar Trials and, her latest novel, The Warrior in the Mist.
Ruth has lived in New Zealand, Australia and Italy and has two daughters. 
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