The Moon of Gomrath

Sequel to The Weirdstone of Brisingamen

Publisher: HarperCollins Children's Books

Review

The Brollachan, an ancient evil, is threatening the elves. They ask to borrow Susan’s magic bracelet to use its power. Vulnerable without it, Susan is attacked and almost lost until Colin finds and administers a rare herb to cure her.

Strangely moved to light a beacon fire on the eve of Gomrath, the children inadvertently awaken the uncontrollable magic of the Wild Hunt and release it into the world.

Soon Colin, too, is in danger. The evil Morrigan has returned and captures him. Susan, the elves and the wizard Cadelin Silverbrow must fight her once more.

Clearly a sequel, to the ground-breaking Weirdstone of Brisingamen, this is an action-packed fantasy novel with a distinct sense of place.

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