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Door in the Moon

#3 Chronoptika Quartet

Catherine Fisher



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14 April 2015
TIME TRAVEL MEETS SCARY FAIRIES ... with Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream thrown in, from 'the leading lady of British fantasy' (The Times) It's Midsummer Night, it's hot, and everyone in Wintercombe Abbey is dreaming strange and disturbing dreams. But what wakes Jake is the cold muzzle of a pistol pressed to his forehead. Who is the mysterious thief waiting for him beyond the Obsidian Mirror? And where will he find his father in the lost ages of the past?

In the third volume of the Chronoptika Quartet Jake and Sarah are swept into a nightmare world of revolution and murder, while Oberon Venn has to face the choice between staying mortal or losing his soul in the tangled green wildwood of the Shee.

With a masked ball, priceless emeralds, an enchanted monk and a desperate struggle at the very foot of the guillotine, Catherine Fisher continues her breathtaking series of sorcery and amazing worlds with this adventure of magic and the dangerous search for those who Time has snatched away.
By:   Catherine Fisher
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Edition:   1
Volume:   3
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 132mm,  Spine: 29mm
Weight:   314g
ISBN:   9781444912647
ISBN 10:   144491264X
Series:   Shakespeare Quartet
Pages:   400
Publication Date:   14 April 2015
Audience:   Young adult ,  Preschool (0-5)
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
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Catherine Fisher is an award-winning fantasy writer and author of the New York Times bestseller Incarceron. The Oracle was shortlisted for the Whitbread Award 2003, The Conjuror's Game for the Smarties Award, and The Snow-Walker's Son for the WH Smith Mind Boggling Award. She has also been shortlisted and has won the Tir-Na-n'Og Award. Author of many books for children and two volumes of award-winning poetry, she is particularly well-known in Wales and spent two years as the first Welsh Young People's Laureate.

Reviews for Door in the Moon (#3 Chronoptika Quartet)

A captivating web of fantasy... fantastic. * Daily Record * A wonderful follow-up to The Obsidian Mirror. * Bookbag * Not for the is a rewarding experience * Books For Keeps * Certain to elevate Fisher's status in the world of British fantasy. * The Daily Telegraph * Fisher's luminous prose makes you belive this cursed marriage between science, history and magic is possible * New Statesman * The long-awaited third in a quartet of novels * South Wales Argus (Newport) *

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