Zoe Marriott: The Name of the Blade series, Frostfire, Barefoot on the Wind (Sept 2016)

Zoë lives on the bleak and windy east coast of Britain, in a house crowded with books, cats, The Swan Kingdon coverand an eccentric sprocker named Finn (also known as the Devil Hound). She wrote her first novel – a dreadful romance – at the age of sixteen, and saw her first book for children published when she was just twenty-four. Her diverse, folklore-inspired fantasy novels have been nominated for many awards, even winning a few, including a USBBY Outstanding Frostfire coverInternational Book listing for The Swan Kingdom and a Junior Library Guild Selection and the prestigious Sasakawa Prize for Shadows on the Moon. She also runs the popular writing blog, The Zoë-Trope.

Find her on Twitter @ZMarriott and on her website.

Barefoot on the Wind: A companion title to Zoë Marriott’s critically acclaimed Shadows on the Moon. There is a monster in the forest… Everyone in Hana’s remote village on the mountain knows that straying too far into the woods is a death sentence. When Hana’s father goes missing, she is the only one who dares try to save him. Taking up her hunting gear, she goes in search of the beast, determined to kill it – or be killed herself. But the forest contains more secrets, more magic and more darkness than Hana could ever have imagined, and the beast is not at all what she expects…

Frail Human Heart coverThe Night Itself coverThe Name of the Blade series (The Night Itself, Darkness Hidden, Frail Human Heart): When Mio steals the family’s katana – a priceless ancestral sword – from her parents’ attic, she just wants to spice up a fancy-dress costume. But the katana is much more than some dusty antique and her actions unleash a terrible, ancient evil onto the streets of Darkness Hidden coverunsuspecting London. Soon Shinobu, a fearless warrior boy, appears to protect Mio – and threatens to steal her heart. With the gods and monsters of Japanese myth stalking her and her friends, Mio realizes that if she cannot keep the sword safe, and learn to control its legendary powers, she will lose not only her own life … but the love of a lifetime.

ShShadows on the Moon coveradows on the Moon: Trained in the magical art of shadow-weaving, sixteen-year-old Suzume is able to recreate herself in any form – a fabulous gift for a girl desperate to escape her past. But who is she really? Is she a girl of noble birth living under the tyranny of her mother’s new husband, Lord Terayama, or a lowly drudge scraping a living in the ashes of Terayama’s kitchens, or Yue, the most beautiful courtesan in the Moonlit Lands? Whatever her true identity, Suzume is destined to capture the heart of a prince – and determined to use his power to destroy Terayama. And nothing will stop her, not even love.

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