fp October 2011
It is the year 2073, and journalist Eric Seven travels to the island Blessed to discover the truth behind the rumours, No children are born, and no one ages… But while he is there something else happens that changes his life.
100 years earlier, a king is sacrificed to bring rain, and to make the crops grow. His dying words to his queen were, “I will live seven times and I will look for you and love you in each life. Will you follow?”
True to his promise, the king lives 7 times, and finds his queen. But what happens after the seventh death?
Midwinterblood was a good read. I was surprised to get it, since this is not usually my sort of book, but I enjoyed reading it, and wouldn’t put it down until I finished it! Fantastically written, this book is really good. I like the concept, and all the different characters the king and queen are incarnated into. I would recommend this book for older readers, maybe 13 years+.
Corinna, 13, Canberra
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