Arrowhead by Ruth Eastham

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From the award-winning author of The Memory Cage and The Messenger Bird comes an exhilaratingly thrilling adventure of myth and legend coming to life and a terrible curse that 13 year old Jack must overcome.


Arrowhead by Ruth Eastham

When thirteen-year-old Jack moves to Norway, he's sure there's no truth in the local myths and legends. But then he comes face to face with one: the body of a Norse warrior boy, frozen in the ice, and carrying with him an ancient arrowhead - that contains a terrible curse. If Jack's going to survive, he has to overcome both an ancient wrong and a newly-risen enemy in this thrilling adventure from an award-winning author.

About the Author

Ruth Eastham

Sarah J. Maas wrote the first incarnation of her debut novel, Throne of Glass, when she was just sixteen. Since its publication, it has been shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Teen Book of the Year and has sold in sixteen languages. The sequels, Crown of Midnight and Heir of Fire, are New York Times bestsellers. When Sarah is not writing, she can be found watching everything from Star Wars to Hayao Miyazaki films and reading fairy tales. To find out more, visit

To find out more about Ruth and download free study guides for The Memory Cage, visit her website.

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Publication date

30th November 1999




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