The exhilarating conclusion to the SILVER SEQUENCE: the final confrontation between good and evil in Coldharbour.
The Roar is getting closer and closer to the earth, ready to attack, her hungry newborn in the waiting.
Alongside the silver child Milo, who is hovering protectively over them, Helen, Thomas, Walter, the twins and litte Jenny lead the children of Coldharbour in the battle against the Roar.
Meanwhile, Carnac threatens from below, but the Unearthers, with drills for hands, stand ready for him. And the Protector under the oceans is on the children's side, bringing its wisdom and strength to bear on the battle.
Cliff McNish brings the magical SILVER SEQUENCE to a thrilling conclusion in this atmospheric fantasy.
McNish has an extraordinary, inventive mind, matched by his skill in translating ideas, characters and raw emotions onto the page ... Silver World offers a wholly satisfying conclusion to the trilogy ... takes the reader into uncharted territory, manipulating language in the most extraordinary way. - THE GUARDIAN
An outstanding fantasy novel for a wide readership ... McNish's imagination is extraordinary; the atmosphere is, by turn, both exciting and chilling; colourful and compelling. An irresistible fantasy with a tremendous climax. - CAROUSEL
Extraordinarily inventive ... The characters are so rich and heart-warming, the suspense so gripping and intense that I couldn't out the book down. I fervently recommend this fantastic conclusion to a brilliant trilogy. - TEEN TITLES
Tense action sequences blossom into a joyous, fulfilling conclusion, but it is the imagery - lyrical, mysterious, haunting - that will linger. - THE HORN BOOK GUIDE
Geoff Taylor was born in Lancaster, England in 1946. He studied Graphic Design at Chesterfield College of Art. After five years or so of working in advertising agencies in Nottingham, Geoff turned to illustrating book covers for most of the top fantasy writers of our time, both adult and children's fiction. Geoff was one of the illustrators for the legendary Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of ''The War of the Worlds'' album. Since 1994 he has added to some of the rich imagery of ''Games Workshop'' and the Black Library. Perhaps his true passions are best reflected in his wildlife paintings, especially wolves. He now lives in Cumbria with his wife. Find out more from his website www.geofftaylor.btinternet.co.uk.