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Witch Child 21 Great Bloomsbury Reads for the 21st Century

by Celia Rees

Witch Child 21 Great Bloomsbury Reads for the 21st Century Synopsis

After Mary sees her grandmother accused of witchcraft and hung for the crime, she is hurried to safety by an unknown woman who gives her tools to keep a record of her days - paper and ink. Then Mary is taken to a boat in Plymouth and from there sails to the New World where she hopes to make a new life among the pilgrims. But old superstitions die hard and soon Mary finds that she will have to make important choices to ensure her survival. Vividly evoked, this is a powerful literary achievement by Celia Rees that is utterly engrossing from start to finish.

Witch Child 21 Great Bloomsbury Reads for the 21st Century Press Reviews

'Her absorbing and suspenseful story has a carefully constructed sense of time and place' Sunday Times 'Compelling and convincing Rees has become a major writer for teenage readers' Independent 'Cleverly constructed and written with both grace and urgency' Guardian

Book Information

ISBN: 9780747589976
Publication date: 2nd January 2007
Author: Celia Rees
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 256 pages
Categories: General fiction (Children's / Teenage),

About Celia Rees

Celia Rees is a high profile writer who has found a new and exciting voice in Witch Child. She has written several other books for children and young adults. Celia's recent Truth or Dare, published by Macmillan, received fantastic reviews. She lives in Leamington Spa.

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