Mistress of the Storm by M. Welsh

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I really enjoyed this book - it always kept me gripped and was a real page turner.
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Verity Gallant is a lonely little girl who doesn't quite fit in. But when a mysterious stranger hands her an ancient book, everything changes. Suddenly it's up to her to solve the riddle of an ancient pledge and protect her family from the evil Mistress of the Storm. What hope does she have against a witch so powerful she can control the wind and create storms at will? Luckily, Verity does not have to face her enemy alone. As events begin to spiral out of control, she finds two loyal and steadfast friends to stand by her side.

The Storm is coming. And it will change Verity's life forever.


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About M. Welsh

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MELANIE WELSH spent her formative years in the sailing town of Cowes, on the Isle of Wight in England. The tightly-bound community, maritime history, and captivating landscapes were all sources of inspiration for the fictional town of Wellow in which The Mistress of the Storm is set. Melanie now lives in Suffolk, near the seaside town of Southwold, with her husband Lucien and their two sons, Joe and Ben. To learn more about the author and her work, please visit VerityGallant.co.uk.
 
Published June 14, 2011 by David Fickling Books. 338 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books. Fiction
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Reviewed by Valentine on Sep 17 2012

Overall I found this a gripping novel which I would recommend to lovers of fantasy.

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Reviewed by HorseLover3000 on Jul 18 2012

I really enjoyed this book - it always kept me gripped and was a real page turner.

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