Cry of the Icemark by Stuart Hill
  

Cry of the Icemark

Written by Stuart Hill
Part of the Icemark Chronicles Series

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In a fantastically well-imagined ice-bound world, fourteen year old Thirrin is made Queen of Icemark after her father has been killed in battle.

An exciting adventure in a frozen world.

Blade of Fire and Last Battle of the Icemark are two more titles in the series.

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Cry of the Icemark by Stuart Hill

When her father dies in battle, fourteen-year-old Thirrin becomes Queen of the Icemark, determined to defend her tiny kingdom from the most terrible invasion her nation has ever known. This is the epic story of how she rallies her country and finds some extraordinary new allies: Vampires, Wolf-folk, giant Snow Leopards - and most precious of all, her friend Oskan, Witch's Son.

Reviews

Praise for the Icemark trilogy:

‘The writing is as crisp and clear and the snowy landscape Hill depicts so beautifully.’ Sunday Telegraph

‘A most satisfying, absorbing and compelling read.’ Carousel

About the Author

Stuart Hill

Stuart Hill was born in Leicester, in the East Midlands of England, where he still lives today. He has worked as a teacher and an archaeologist, and now balances life as both a bookseller and a writer. The Cry of the Icemark was his first novel.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
512 pages

Author

Stuart Hill
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Publisher

Chicken House Ltd

Publication date

1st May 2006

ISBN

9781904442608

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