The exciting conclusion to the Brightstorm twins' trilogy
within The Brightstorm Chronicles!
Arthur, Maudie, and the rest of the Aurora crew are going
on a mission to the Volcanic North, where years
before their parents discovered the moth that is their family
But their scheming, ambitious aunt, Eudora Vane, is still dedicated
to destroying the Brightstorm family name,
and the further north the Aurora travels, the more long-buried
secrets are revealed...
The long-awaited conclusion to the Brightstorm twins' trilogy
Brightstorm was selected as the first Booksellers Association
Children's Book of the Season, won the West Sussex Children's
Story Book Award, was shortlisted for the Books Are My Bag
Awards and the Waterstones' Children's Book Prize, and longlisted
for the Blue Peter Book Award
Perfect for fans of books by Peter Bunzl, Abi Elphinstone, and
PRAISE FOR BRIGHTSTORM:
"A pacy tale
of lies and greed versus loyalty" Observer "Hardy has
drunk from the same cup as Philip Reeve and Philip Pullman. This
is a skilful, gripping and hugely enjoyable account of the bonds
that keep families together." Literary Review "Full of
surprises and keeps you desperate to find the truth" National
Geographic Kids "An unputdownable Victorian adventure with
vivid characters that travels at lightning speed" BookTrust's
Great Books Guide "A highly entertaining old-school adventure"
This is Book 3 in the The Brightstorm Chronicles Series. See all The Brightstorm Chronicles books here.
Vashti Hardy was a primary school teacher for several years and has always had a keen interest in children's writing, leading to her MA in Creative Writing from the University of Chichester. Vashti is an alumni member and writing buddy of The Golden Egg Academy, and her books Brightstorm and the award-winning Wildspark are critically acclaimed. Vashti lMore about Vashti Hardy
Nicola was raised by the seaside in beautiful Brighton. She loves reading, dancing, rhyming and turquoise things. She now lives with her husband in East London and spends her days writing and editing children's books. Jem Maybank is an illustrator based in Leeds who loves Adobe Photoshop and works either in her studio or on her houseboat with her four birds.More about George Ermos