Frostheart 2: Escape from Aurora… by Jamie Littler (On Amazon)

Frostheart 2: Escape from Aurora by Jamie Littler Full of […]

Frostheart 2: Escape from Aurora
by Jamie Littler

Full of adventure, Escape from Aurora is the highly anticipated sequel to Jamie’s bestselling and Branford Boase shortlisted debut, Frostheart.

The mystical world of Frostheart expands ever further in this heart racing sequel full of dangerous quests, new strongholds and even higher stakes. Ash and the rest of the brave crew finally arrive at the majestic stronghold of Aurora. Ash can’t wait to solve the next clue that will lead him to his parents but it’s quickly clear that even Aurora isn’t safe for Song Weavers and what they find is even more incredible than they could have imagined!

It is a magical and heart-warming tale about, identity, trust and friendship. With a stunning cut out double cover, the snow filled world of Frostheart would make a fantastic gifting item for children aged 8-12 this Christmas.

Sequel to the bestselling Frostheart – the crew are back for another thrilling adventure!

Ash and the rest of the Frostheart’s brave crew have finally arrived at the majestic stronghold of Aurora – and Ash’s mind is blown.

It’s an extraordinary place – unlike anything he’s ever seen – and he can’t wait to solve the next clue that will lead him to his parents.

But it’s quickly clear that even Aurora isn’t safe for Song Weavers. A fanatical Pathfinder captain has turned the city against Ash and his kind – and it’s not long before the Frostheart has to make another break for freedom.

But when a vicious Wraith attack leaves Ash, Lunah, Rook and Tobu stranded on the ice, they will have to use all their strength and cunning to reach safety. But what they find is even more incredible…

Praise for Frostheart:

“Littler’s debut is wild, funny, lavishly illustrated and filled with excitement.” Guardian
“A heart-stopping tale … [that] really lives up to the hype” Sunday Post
“This exhilarating snowy adventure will have kids reading under the covers long after lights out.” i Newspaper