Oksa Pollock: The Heart of Two Worlds by Anne Plichota, Wolf Cendrine, Tom Sanderson
  

Oksa Pollock: The Heart of Two Worlds

Written by Anne Plichota, Wolf Cendrine, Tom Sanderson

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The third book in the phenomenal Oksa Pollock series, following on from The Last Hope and The Forest of Lost Souls.

Some of our readers were lucky enough to review the first in this epic series, Oksa Pollack the Last Hope....here's what one reader thought...'I loved every second of reading this book. It makes you feel as if you were actually Oksa, having to make split second decisions that could change her life. This is a brilliant book, I loved it so much!'

You can read more reviews here!

Synopsis

Oksa Pollock: The Heart of Two Worlds by Anne Plichota, Wolf Cendrine, Tom Sanderson

Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, torrential rain...The Earth is in turmoil. Fleeing a flooded London, Oksa and the rest of the Pollock family set off in search of the Entrance Portal of Edefia, their magical home. It is their only chance of restoring the Earth's balance. To get there, Oksa is forced to ally herself with the terrible Felons, mortal enemies who could betray her at any moment. Luckily she also has some real friends at her side: Pavel, her shapeshifting father; Gus and Tugdual, the two rivals for her heart; and, of course, her formidable grandmother Dragomira, along with her menagerie of Edefian creatures. But little does Oksa know, not only will she have to brave countless dangers to reach the portal, she must also pay a terrible price to enter the hidden world...And what will await her on the other side?

Click here to visit the Oksa Pollock website to find out more about this feisty heroine - she also has her own facebook page!

Reviews

Heart-stopping danger, fast-paced action and some of the quirkiest and scariest characters you could hope to meet will leave them yearning for more * Lancashire Evening Post *

About the Author

Anne Plichota was born in Dijon, France, and after studying Chinese language and culture spent several years living and working in Korea and China. Cendrine Wolf was born in the Alsace region of France. She studied sports, and went on to work with teenagers in deprived neighbourhoods. Cendrine and Anne have been friends for almost two decades and have always wanted to find a project to work on together (including plans to open an English delicatessen in eastern France!). They are glad they finally found one.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
352 pages

Author

Anne Plichota, Wolf Cendrine, Tom Sanderson
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Publisher

Pushkin Children's Books

Publication date

9th October 2014

ISBN

9781782690320

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Pushkin Children's Books is an imprint of Pushkin Children's Books

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Pushkin Children's Books was launched in 2013 to share tales from different languages and cultures with younger readers, and to open the door to the wide, colourful worlds these stories offer. From picture books and adventure stories to fairy tales and classics, and from fifty-year-old bestsellers to current huge successes abroad, the books on the Pushkin Childrens list reflect the very best stories from around the world, for our most discerning readers of all: children. Twitter @PushkinPress www.facebook.com/PushkinPress

Publisher's Website

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