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The Glass Tower: Three Doors To The Otherworld

by Catherine Fisher

The Glass Tower: Three Doors To The Otherworld Synopsis

The Conjuror's Game should never have been started. Now Luke must replace the Tree on the central square before the Knights and Ravens rampage in their eternal battle through the snowbound villages of Halcombe Great Wood. Can a man's soul be trapped in a candle? Cursed from infancy Meurig treasures the candle as his dearest possession. But what happens if it is stolen by his enemy, a water goddess of immense power? The Candle Man is a tale soaked in mist and marshland. Jennie and Jamie find a magical book that offers to lead them to Fintan's Tower. But who are the three strangers that pursue them? How can they know whom to trust, when the glass tower contains unimaginable terrors, and the only time they have left is a wink of the sun's eye?

The Glass Tower: Three Doors To The Otherworld Press Reviews

Inventive and well written, it will hold eight to twelve-year-olds spellbound * Sunday Telegraph * A poet's economy and forcefulness in the use of words . . . Cannot be disbelieved * TES * Vivid, unusual and well written . . . This is a wonderful, unputdownable book which establishes Fisher as a children's writer of rare talent * The Sunday Times * A breathtakingly good story * Independent * An eerie and magical collection * Oxford Times *

Book Information

ISBN: 9780099472988
Publication date: 5th August 2004
Author: Catherine Fisher
Publisher: Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 368 pages
Categories: General fiction (Children's / Teenage),

About Catherine Fisher

Born in Newport, Catherine Fisher gained a B-ed at the University of Wales and became a primary school teacher. She has written poetry and a number of novels for young people, several of which have been shortlisted for book awards. Darkhenge has been long listed for the Carnegie Medal.

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