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  • Published: 19 June 2017
  • ISBN: 9780552571319
  • Imprint: Corgi Childrens
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 416
  • RRP: $19.99

Spellbook of the Lost and Found




The stunning, highly anticipated new novel from the acclaimed author of The Accident Season.

One stormy summer night, Olive and her best friend, Rose, begin to lose things. It starts with simple items like hair clips and jewellery, but soon it’s clear that Rose has lost something bigger; something she won’t talk about.

Then Olive meets three wild, mysterious strangers: Ivy, Hazel and Rowan. Like Rose, they’re mourning losses - and holding tight to secrets.

When they discover the ancient spellbook, full of hand-inked charms to conjure back lost things, they realise it might be their chance to set everything right. Unless it’s leading them towards secrets that were never meant to be found . . .

  • Published: 19 June 2017
  • ISBN: 9780552571319
  • Imprint: Corgi Childrens
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 416
  • RRP: $19.99

About the author

Moira Fowley-Doyle

Moïra is half-French, half-Irish and lives in Dublin where she writes magic realism, reads tarot cards and raises witch babies. Moïra's first novel, The Accident Season, was shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize and received widespread critical acclaim. Her second, Spellbook of the Lost and Found, was shortlisted for an Irish Book Award.

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Praise for Spellbook of the Lost and Found

This complex, ambitious, magical novel is gripping and as the plot unfolds, it is unflinching . . . but beneath the darkness shines a life-affirming message of love and redemption

Daily Mail

Lush and deliciously twisty . . . Fowley-Doyle is herself a literary spell caster, conjuring up a suspenseful and sensual ambience in the forest on the edges of town and in the remains of bonfire revelry . . . This smart and sexy page-turner that readers will want to devour and share with their friends is a real find

School Library Journal

Fowley-Doyle's lush, atmospheric storytelling contrasts brilliantly with her characters' teenage normalcy

Kirkus

Spellbook is reminiscent of a medieval tapestry in its colour, complexity, and stylistic texture . . . [it is] sure to please teens who enjoyed Fowley-Doyle’s debut novel, The Accident Season.

VOYA

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