Glass Town Wars (Paperback)

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By Celia Rees, Anna Morrison (Illustrator)
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Description


The thrilling adventure story based on the writings of the Brontë children, by the bestselling author of Witch Child

When Tom is in a coma, his friend Milo decides that he can be a guinea pig for a new gaming device - a device that will take him to a troubled world where he meets the the warrior-like Augusta who is fighting to save her kingdom from takeover by her rival. With Tom at her side, she finds extra courage. Slowly but surely, Tom starts to leave his life in London behind as the two of them become ever more embroiled in a world of chaos and tension that encompasses the past, the present and the future.

But life in London won't let Tom go so easily. His friends and family gather around him to try and bring him back - as does a girl from school he barely knows, who comes each day to his bedside to read to him from her favourite book, Wuthering Heights.

In this wonderful speculative fiction Celia Rees has created a meta-fictional world that will delight readers. This epic story, with Rees's trademark strong female character and romance at its heart, is a compelling action-driven adventure with delightful twists and turns that thrill and surprise right up to the last page.

About the Author


Celia Rees lives and works in Warwickshire where she writes her wonderful books for teen readers. Her bestselling novel Witch Child is 20 years old this year and has been translated into more than 30 languages. Celia is married and has one daughter.

Praise For…


   • "Glass Town Wars is a beautifully crafted, multilayered story with a gripping adventure at its heart. Wonderful, clever stuff"--Melvin Burgess
   • "A thrilling roller-coaster ride with added Brontës"--Adèle Geras
   • "Wildly inventive, wholly original, seriously thrilling. Celia Rees is a one-off"--Lottie Moggach


Product Details
ISBN: 9781782691631
ISBN-10: 1782691634
Publisher: Pushkin Children's Books
Publication Date: September 8th, 2020
Pages: 320