Bridle the Wind by Joan Aiken
  

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Bridle the Wind by Joan Aiken

Packed-off to boarding school and bullied by his peers, Felix feels sad and trapped. Although he has a home in England, his heart lies in Spain - so he runs away. But Felix's journey is cut short when his ship is caught in a storm off the French coast. Despite being shipwrecked and then held prisoner in a remote monastery, Felix's spirit is far from broken - and he needs all the strength he can muster to battle against the demonic Abbot Vespasian and his evil powers...

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Joan Aiken's Felix trilogy is definitely the kind of reading material you can never have enough of. It's got everything

About the Author

Joan Aiken

Joan Aiken (1924 - 2004) spent part of her childhood living in a haunted house. After leaving school, she worked at the BBC, the United Nations, and in the editorial department of a magazine. All this time, she had been writing stories and after her first major novel was published in 1961, Joan left her job to write full-time. She has now written almost 100 books for adults and children, Including the hugely popular The Wolves Of Willoughby Chase and Black Hearts In Battersea.

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Format

Paperback
384 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Joan Aiken
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Author's Website

www.joanaiken.com/

Publisher

Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

2nd May 2013

ISBN

9781849418287


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