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Set in the 1600s this novel succeeds with an amazing combination of suspense, emotion and fascinating historical detail - seen through the eyes of a young girl Stunning new branding retains the iconic original cover image Shortlisted for the Guardian book award
Celia Rees is one of Britain's foremost writers for teenagers and her titles for Bloomsbury have enjoyed huge success. Witch Child has been adopted by educational boards up and down the country and is required reading in secondary schools in the UK, with life sales of over 180,000, and has been translated into 25 languages. Celia has a degree in history, a strong interest in which is evident in her brilliantly researched books. Sorceress, Pirates! and Sovay have all met similar critical acclaim and are loved fro their strong characters and skillfully plotted adventures. Celia Rees lives in Leamington Spa, with her husband.
'I've saved the best for last. The prolific, erudite and consistently brilliant Celia Rees is justly renowned for her dizzyingly inventive plots, redolent of everyone from Angela Carter to Shakespeare. Sovay and Witch Child are two of her best-known books in the younger market, but she has written countless more, all equally breathtaking' Guardian 'This is a powerful, absorbing and unusual novel' The Bookseller 'The sort of historial novel eleven and twelve year olds will gobble up at a sitting' Nina Bawden 'A gripping, thrilling novel that transports you to a time of paranoia and witch hunts. Witch Child and the sequel Sorceress are historical fiction at its very best' Waterstone's Guide to Kid's Books