Conrad Mason The Girl in Wooden Armour


Code 9781788451963
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When Hattie visits her granny for the first time in years, she's not sure what to expect. Granny has always been unusual. Now she's gone missing without trace. Hattie is determined to find her. But in the strange little village where Granny lives, nothing is as it seems.
Is magic real here?
What is the shadowy place known as the Un Forest?
And who is the mysterious girl in wooden armour?

One thing is certain. An ancient evil is stirring in Brokewood-on-Tandle... and only Hattie can stand against it.

About the Author

Conrad Mason grew up in Oxford, and studied Classics at Cambridge. After graduating he became an editor at Usborne, and now he edits children's fiction for Working Partners. He likes to read, run, and play the mandolin. Conrad now lives in London with his wife.

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'A fierce tale of sorcery and secrets, witchcraft and warriors, and the power of being a family'
- Thomas Taylor, author of MALAMANDER

<->'When you are looking for a ray of sunshine then a new book by Conrad Mason is just the tonic... a thrilling read with a dynamite ending to capture readers and light up their imaginations'
- Mr Ripley's Enchanted Books

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