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The queen of fairies took me To yon green hill to dwell ...No one believes in fairies any more. No one goes up to the common. Except Franz. Something is there, watching him. Something cold and wild. And pleasant is the fairy land But an eerie tale to tell. Edrin is no longer safe. Her tribe is plotting against her, with hatred in their eyes. Why is she so drawn to the human boy? Can he save her from the cold - and from the tribe?
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Sally Prue isn't sure where she was born, but from the time she was adopted she grew up in Hertfordshire. She lives there still, close to the woods that form the setting for Cold Tom and Ice Maiden. Before she was an author, Sally worked in a paper mill with the rest of her family. She now lives with her husband and has two daughters. When she is not writing she enjoys reading and is strongly interested in nature, arts and crafts.Review:
Of Cold Tom: "one of those rare, strange, wonderful books that makes you see the world through different eyes" --Guardian
"outstanding" --The Sunday Times
"the finest first novel I have read since David Almond's Skellig" --Glasgow Herald
"enthralling and original" --Bookseller
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0192729659