Castles, Curses, and Adventure: THE PHANTOM'S CURSE by Shelley Wilson
Witch Hunter meets Robin of Sherwood in this fresh sword and sorcery adventure tale for middle grade and young adult readers.
By: BHC Press
After her brother is wrongfully arrested in the city of Obanac, Marianne seeks the help of Robbie and her friends to save him. When whispers of an old sorcerer and the threat of the phantom's curse begin to pose a threat to the whole realm, Marianne must learn to embrace the magic within her if she is to save everyone from the rising evil.
"At heart, this is a story of loyalty, friendships, and learning to believe in yourself," says author Shelley Wilson. "As a mum of three teenagers, it's important to me to show girls how strong they can be."
The Phantom's Curse is the perfect read for fans of fantasy and adventure, Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard, Witch Hunter by Virginia Boecker or those who enjoy an updated twist on the classic tale of Robin Hood. Suitable for ages 10+.
Advance Praise for The Phantom's Curse
"a fast-paced, engaging first-person narrative that moves skillfully between sympathy-evoking personal experience and broad-ranging, sometimes violent action. [This] medieval-inflected fantasy…will appeal to female action-hero aficionados."
"Shelley Wilson creates dynamic and intricate characters that have complex backgrounds and as their plot lines unfold you can't help but [relate] to them…a well written and thought out novel…will captive many a reader…" —Serena Bourke, Librarian and NetGalley Reviewer
The Phantom's Curse is published by BHC Press and is available to purchase in hardcover (978-1-64397-
Retailers and librarians (LCCN: 2020931374) may order direct from Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Bertrams, Overdrive, Perma-Bound, and the publisher's website.
About the author: Shelley Wilson writes fiction that combines myth, legend and fairy tales with a side order of demonic chaos for both the middle grade and young adult markets. She resides in the United Kingdom with her three teenagers.
BHC Press is an award-winning independent publisher of fiction and nonfiction for the adult, teen, and children's market. Based in southeast Michigan and founded in 2016, their books are published in hardcover, trade softcover, and ebook, and have been favorably reviewed and featured in Kirkus Reviews, Publishers Weekly, Booklist, Library Journal, and many others. To learn more, visit https://www.bhcpress.com/
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