The Midnight Swan

£6.99

By Catherine Fisher | Published 1st October 2020

With an invisible girl, a parliament of owls and a pen that writes by itself, the journey to the garden of the Midnight Swan might be Seren’s most dangerous adventure yet.

Third book in the award-winning The Clockwork Crow Trilogy.

Praise for the book

‘Full of deep fairytale resonance, Fisher’s writing stands out in the mind’s eye like blood drops on snow.’ Imogen Russell Williams, The Guardian

The Midnight Swan is a fabulously satisfying conclusion to The Clockwork Crow trilogy. Seren is compelled to travel deeper and deeper into the otherworld in order to liberate the tetchy corvid. Magical and intense with more than a hint of danger. VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!’ @bookwormswaless

Catherine Fisher writes with a poet’s love and respect for language … Previous installments in this trilogy have already won prizes; this title deserves one too – 5 stars’ Books for Keeps

‘The Midnight Swan transported me into a magical world of enchantment, excitement and danger, and completely enthralled me with its evocative atmosphere, heart-warming relationships and sense of other-worldly mystery.’ Mary Rees, NetGalley reviewer and educator

‘A beautifully told tale and a trilogy of books that should definitely be on every bookshelf.’ Rosie Watch, LoveReadingKids

Praise for The Clockwork Crow: 

‘Rich in evocative detail and multidimensional characters, this wintry enchantment is suspenseful, resonant of folk tales and perfect to curl up with in the cold.’ Nicolette Jones, Children’s Books of the Year, The Sunday Times

‘Magical, atmospheric – funny, this is a slice of Victorian creepiness and a seasonal treat’ Sally Morris, Daily Mail

‘Children of ten and older will find themselves pleasurably lost in this enchanting, candlelit delight.’ Philip Womack, Literary Review

‘Gripping and magical, a perfect snowy holiday read for children (and me).’ Daniel Hahn, Spectator

 

1 review for The Midnight Swan

  1. Louise

    Read the first chapter of the Midnight Swan and can’t wait for this last book in the trilogy to come out. Seren is straight into another adventure and the box is so intriguing!

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