Season of Secrets

Written by Sally Nicholls

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A haunting and unforgettable new novel From the award-winning author of Ways to Live Forever. Season of Secrets weaves the tale of a heartbroken child and an age-old legend into beautiful story of love, healing and strange magic. Resonant of classics such as The Owl Service by Alan Garner, Whistle Down the Wind by Mary Hayley Bell and Skellig by David Almond, the protagonist’s story is told in the pure, clear voice we have come to expect from this astonishingly accomplished and powerful young writer. Sally Nicholls is simply an exceptionally talented writer, who writes beautifully. Her intelligent, warm fiction is honest and profound, complex yet accessible.

Season of Secrets Synopsis

One wild autumn night Molly runs away. In the darkness she sees a desperate figure fleeing for his life and discovers an injured man. Who is he? And why has he come to find her?

Season of Secrets is the second novel from award-winning author of Ways to Live Forever, Sally Nicholls.

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ISBN: 9781407130484
Publication date: 01/03/2012
Publisher: Marion Lloyd Books an imprint of Scholastic
Format: Paperback

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Publication date: 04/01/2010
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Publication date: 06/04/2009
Publisher: Scholastic
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781407130484
Publication date: 6th April 2009
Author: Sally Nicholls
Publisher: Scholastic
Format: Paperback
Suitable for: 11+ readers, 13+ readers
Recommendations: Books of the Month, eBooks

About Sally Nicholls

I was born in Stockton-on-Tees, just after midnight, in a thunderstorm. My father died when I was two, and my brother Ian and I were brought up my mother. I always wanted to write - when people asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, I used to say "I'm going to be a writer" - very definite.I've always loved reading, and I spent most of my childhood trying to make real life as much like a book as possible. My friends and I had a secret club like the Secret Seven, and when I was ...

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