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Wild Fire

(The third book in the Greenworld trilogy series)
A novel by

'I really enjoyed Crow Moon. The exploration of pagan culture and Celtic mythology was fascinating, Saba and Danny's relationship felt incredibly honest, and McKerrow deals with more serous issues of race and gender with a deceptively light touch. I am officially converted to the idea of paganism . . .' Louise O'Neill, bestselling author of Only Ever Yours and Asking For It The last book in the Greenworld trilogy follows Sadie, Roach's daughter and Danny's former girlfriend, as she finds a new identity as the third branded witch along with Danny and Melz. Sadie, a natural healer, is training to be a witch in Tintagel, Cornwall, as well as trying to deal with her own difficult past. Plus, she's fallen in love with Melz, but Demelza Hawthorne is a tortured soul. Can Sadie's love bring Melz back into the light, or will she be lost altogether? Meanwhile, a global network of resistance is forming against the corrupt, dystopian Redworld governments. Sadie travels by accident through the portal to Mount Shasta, home to an Native American tribe, who indicate that they too are holding out against the Redworld. The war for fuel is over, and new solutions have to be found fast. But in Tintagel, Lowenna Hawthorne, Head Witch of the Greenworld, is in denial about the need for change. In the final dramatic climax to the trilogy, the Greenworld witches have to do something more difficult than they ever have, but saving the world means refusing to be separate anymore. Can they join with others, despite their differences, and usher in a brave new world? Or will the Greenworld disappear altogether? PRAISE FOR CROW MOON "A totally new take on dystopia with a very British feel" - Amazon reader review Gripping, magical and uncompromising, this is a really fantastic debut from Anna McKerrow, and a proper page-turner - I devoured it - Stefan Mohamed, author of Bitter Sixteen "If Crow Moon is anything to go by then the literary world needs to be ready, because the UK has something very unique." - Chouett blog 'Crow Moon completely blew me away and I'll be recommending it to absolutely everyone this year. PHENOMENAL!' Lucy Powrie, Queen of Contemporary blog 'A gripping tale of passion, intrigue, myth and magic.' Sara Crowe, author of Bone Jack 'There's a classic, John Wyndham feel to Crow Moon . . . both a pacy read and something that will stand the test of time.' Louie Stowell, author of the Big Book of Big Monsters 'You get the impression Anna McKerrow is someone who really knows her athame from her elbow - there's a lot of authentic pagan magic and tarot knowledge woven into the novel which adds an edge of authenticity to this amazing story.' Lu Hersey, author of Deep Water "A great debut for an author that will blossom into a shining star. It is a powerful tale that will probably stay with you forever.' Enchanted Books blog "McKerrow has a real flair for characterisation and does a wonderful job of portraying teenagers in all their maddening and hormone-driven glory. She doesn't shy away from tough issues of teenage sexuality, race, gender, the tensions simmering beneath the surface of isolated communities - even the shortcomings of the very witches in charge and the magic they use to protect themselves and their people. Any teenager, or adult, with an interest in magic or the environment would enjoy this pacy, engaging book but it's so well written I would defy pretty much anyone not to find themselves absorbed after a chapter or two. Like Kit Berry's Stonewylde, the Greenworld really takes root in the mind, firing the imagination while raising important issues," - Pagan Dawn "If you want to know how real witches work, summon your own goddess and read Red Witch!" C.J. Daugherty "Clever, gripping, but above all a terrifying cautionary tale for our times," Louise O'Neill "Deadly, sexy and utterly spellbinding," Melinda Salisbury

Genre: Science Fiction

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Paperback Editions

November 2017 : Paperback

Title: WILD FIRE (Greenworld Trilogy)
Author(s): Anna McKerrow
ISBN: 1-973309-22-X / 978-1-973309-22-2
Publisher: Independently published
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Kindle Editions

November 2017 : USA, Australia, Canada, UK Kindle edition

Title: WILD FIRE: A pagan witchcraft dystopia and utopia set in England (Greenworld Trilogy Book 3)
Author(s): Anna McKerrow
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