A Far Away Magic
When Angel moves to a new school after the death of her parents, she isn’t interested in making friends. Until she meets Bavar - a strange boy, tall, awkward and desperate to remain unseen, but who seems to have a kind of magic about him. Everyone and everything within Bavar's enchanted house is urging him to step up and protect the world from a magical rift through which monsters are travelling, the same monsters that killed Angel's parents.
But Bavar doesn’t want to follow the path that's been chosen for him - he wants to be normal; to disappear. Fighting one another as well as their fears, Angel and Bavar must find a way to repair the rift between the worlds, and themselves, before it's too late . . .
Praise for A Girl Called Owl
'A story of wild winds and bitter frosts with the warmth of friendship at its heart' - Abi Elphinstone, author of The Dreamsnatcher
'This debut is a sparklingly frosty read, full of feisty characters, myth and mystery' - Daily Mail
'A winter treat full of frosty magic' - Katherine Woodfine, author of The Mystery of the Clockwork Sparrow
'A perfect read for those who love wintery magic and a strong female character proving her place in the world.' Booktrust
In the media
Original and compelling . . . an unexpected tale of grief, magic and monsters.
Kiran Millwood Hargrave, author of the Waterstones Book Prize-winning The Girl of Ink & Stars
[W]onderfully well-rounded characters and emotional intensity . . . allied with truly gorgeous magic and a sense of wonder . . . Highly, highly recommended!
Stephanie Burgiss, author of The Dragon with the Chocolate Heart
A mesmerising and compelling story which seamlessly binds reality and fantasy
Parents in Touch
[M]agical and gripping . . . Amy Wilson's writing is lyrical and deep with meaning.
Louise Nettleton, bookmurmuration.wordpress.com