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Quicksilver

Written by Samira Osman

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Told at a cracking pace this modern fantasy tells how three children from different countries are brought together by the force of the mysterious Ley lines to fulfil an ancient prophecy. Working together, they must unlock a treasure with unimagined power before the forces of the dark catch up with them.

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Quicksilver Synopsis

Dark powers from the past are searching for three extraordinary children... Wolfie, Tala and Zi'ib were born on the same day on opposite sides of the world. They are brought together by astonishing coincidence - or so it seems. But only they can fulfil an ancient prophecy - and find a treasure of incalculable power. Can the mysterious energies that flow through the Earth's prehistoric leylines be controlling their lives? And will they discover the chilling truth of who they really are?

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ISBN: 9781407105734
Publication date: 04/01/2010
Publisher: Marion Lloyd Books an imprint of Scholastic
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781407105734
Publication date: 4th January 2010
Author: Samira Osman
Publisher: Marion Lloyd Books an imprint of Scholastic
Format: Paperback
Suitable for: 11+ readers, 9+ readers
Recommendations: Debuts of the Month

About Samira Osman

Samira Osman on Samira Osman: 'I live in London with my husband, three children a dog, four hamsters and a goldfish.Although I was brought up in England by my English mother, my father was from Sudan. I lived there until I was three and began to revisit my Sudanese family regularly in my twenties. I read modern languages at Cambridge University and I’ve worked in Lebanon, Germany, Italy and America and made lots of documentaries for television.' Photo © Max Frank

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