The Silver Moth

The Silver Moth : Sequel to The Little White Horse

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Maria Merryweather returns to Moonacre Manor with her granddaughter Rose to escape the horrors of the first world war bombings in London.

The magical qualities of Moonacre Valley are rediscovered as Rose meets Wrolf, who is more lion than dog, and sees the little white horse, an entrancing unicorn. Rose soon discovers that the Merryweathers' old foes, the de Noir clan, are once more spreading darkness and fear through the Valley under the influence of Hugo de Noir. With the help of her new friend, Devin, and a variety of animal companions can Rose uncover the mystery of the Silver Moth aeroplane, rescue a young woman and her baby, and help an unexpected kindred spirit, William de Noir?

Beautiful, thrilling, and magical, The Silver Moth, returns to the fantasy world of the bestselling timeless classic The Little White Horse.
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Product details

  • 12-15
  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 130 x 198 x 16mm | 136.08g
  • Lion Fiction
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • 1782643648
  • 9781782643647
  • 947,307

Review quote

"The world of the white horse shines out all the brighter against the dark backdrop of war... A treat." -- Julia Golding * author of The Diamond of Drury Lane *
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About Carol Lefevre

Carol Lefevre =============

Award-winning Australian writer, Carol Lefevre, holds a PhD in Creative Writing from the University of Adelaide, where she is a Visiting Research Fellow. Carol has published novels, non-fiction, and short stories, and her novella Murmurations (2020) was shortlisted for the Cristina Stead Fiction Prize in the 2021 NSW Premier's Literary Awards. She is a member of the J. M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice, and a recipient of the Barbara Hanrahan Fellowship at the Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature. Carol lives in Adelaide, South Australia.
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