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Knife: Rebel: Book 2

R.J. Anderson

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Knife, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, For National Curriculum Key Stage 3, Interest age: from c 9 years, Fiction, Children's Fiction, General fiction (Children's / Teenage), Adventure stories (Children's / Teenage), Fantasy & magical realism (Children's / Teenage), Traditional stories (Children's / Teenage)

No ordinary fairytale... The thrilling sequel to the bestselling KNIFE.

No ordinary fairy tale...

Linden is a feisty faery with a lot on her mind. She her fellow faeries are under threat: their magic is fading, and if they do not act fast, they will die...

When Linden meets Timothy, a human staying in the house opposite her Oak, she knows he can help. Together they embark on a dangerous journey to seek more magic and discover that there is more to fear from other faeries than they could ever have imagined.

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Praise for Knife: Rebel: Book 2

  • A compelling fantasy adventure. **** - Books For Keeps

  • Myth and magic is beautifully sustained and this is a book to enchant anyone who loves a fairy story. - School Librarian

  • A novel refreshingly, and often humorously, off-beat. - Book Fest Guide

  • This delightful book is a charm to read with lots of exciting action. - Guardian

  • A compelling fantasy adventure. **** - Books For Keeps

  • Myth and magic is beautifully sustained and this is a book to enchant anyone who loves a fairy story. - School Librarian

  • A novel refreshingly, and often humorously, off-beat. - Book Fest Guide

  • This delightful book is a charm to read with lots of exciting action. - Guardian

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R.J. Anderson

Rebecca Anderson was born in Uganda, raised in Ontario, went to school in New Jersey, and has spent much of her life dreaming of other worlds entirely.

As a child she immersed herself in fairy tales, mythology, and the works of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and E. Nesbit; later she discovered more contemporary authors like Ursula LeGuin, Patricia A. McKillip and Robin McKinley, and learned to take as much pleasure from their language as the stories they told.

Now married and the mother of three young sons, Rebecca reads to her children the classic works of fantasy and science fiction that enlivened her own childhood, and tries to bring a similar sense of humour, adventure, and timeless wonder to the novels she writes for children and young adults.

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