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Glass Town Wars

Celia Rees

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Beschreibung

A new novel by the bestselling author of Witch Child: an adventure story drawing on the early writings of the Brontë children

All these Glass Town intrigues. No matter how long you’d been absent, how far you’d travelled, once you were back, it was as though you had never been away.

Tom and Augusta are from different places and different times, but they meet in a virtual world to combine forces in battle, to save a kingdom, escape a web of deceit and find love. In a place where fictions can be truths and truths fictions, learning who to trust is about more than friendship, it is about survival.

Glass Town Wars, inspired by the early writing of the Brontës, is a captivating, magical novel by the renowned Celia Rees.

Celia Rees lives in Warwickshire with her husband. She is the author of the bestselling Witch Child, Sorceress and Pirates.

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Schlagwörter

Emily Brontë, Witch Child, Wuthering Heights, Celia Rees, virtual reality, Brontë siblings