FREE UK P&P Full delivery charges » Shopping Basket
Menu

Lady of Magick

Cover of Lady of MagickRead An Extract of Lady of Magick

Author: Sylvia Hunter

Genre: Alternative History
Format: E-book
ISBN: 9780749020026
Rights: UK & Comm ex Can
Pub. Date: 19th January 2017

Avg Reader Rating:

See Reader Reviews...

Download from Amazon Download from Kobo

Format: E-book

Part of the series:
Midnight Queen

Synopsis of book»

In an ancient kingdom full of secrets, unease and myth, Sophie and Gray Marshall are about to be ensnared in an arcane plot that threatens to undo them both . . .

In her second year of studies at Merlin College, Oxford, Sophie Marshall is feeling alienated among fellow students who fail to welcome a woman to their ranks. So when her husband, Gray, is invited north as a visiting lecturer at the University in Din Edin, they leap at the chance. There, Sophie’s hunger for magickal knowledge can finally be nourished. But she must put her newly learned skills to the test sooner than expected. 

All is not well in the Kingdom of Alba, and before long the Marshalls find themselves beset by unexpected dangers. When Gray disappears, and none of her spells can find a trace of him, Sophie realises something sinister has befallen him. Delving into Gray’s disappearance she soon finds herself in a web of magick and intrigue that threatens not just Gray, but the entire kingdom.

 

What Critics Have Said»

‘The second instalment in Hunter’s Midnight Queen series will attract both familiar and new readers. The new kingdom of Alba is a stark contrast to Hunter’s version of Britain but every bit as creative and fascinating, allowing for a completely new and unexpected plot. The characters continue to grow and change, as individuals and as a couple, as they face both magical and personal challenges. A new twist in every chapter will keep readers desperately turning pages until the end.’, RT Book Reviews

Read all critics' reviews »

'Now I thought the first book was great but this one is a corker – new characters, new adventures, the return of some of my favourites from the first book. Hunter’s writing is gripping and the plot is fun and clever. This is a fantastic piece of not only fantasy but mystery and adventure.', Rambling Mads

Close all critics' reviews

What You Say»                                                             Add your review »

Books in this series                                  See full list »

  • The Midnight Queen
  • Lady of Magick
  • A Season of Spells

Other Books by this author                                  See full list »

  • A Season of Spells
  • The Midnight Queen
Free UK Postage and Packaging
Competitions & Giveaways
Newsletter
Ask the Author
Suggestion Box

Something you'd like to see on our website?
Let us know!