Passenger by Alexandra Bracken
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ISBN
9781460752043
Date Released
Binding
Paperback
Pages
496
Dimensions
136 x 210 x 38mm
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Etta Spencer is a violin prodigy. When tragedy strikes and a mysterious power tied closely to her musical abilities manifests, Etta is pulled back through time to 1776 in the midst of a fierce sea battle.

Her capture was orchestrated by the Ironwoods, the most powerful family in the Colonies. Nicholas Carter, handsome, young, prize master of a privateering ship, has been charged with retrieving and delivering her to the family - unharmed.

Etta learns her fate is entwined with an object of untold value from her past. Ironwood is desperate to secure his future, but Etta must find it first in order to return home. Embarking on a perilous journey across centuries and continents, piecing together clues left behind from a mysterious traveller, the true nature of the object and Ironwood's dangerous game, could mean the end for Nicholas and Etta ...

Ages 13+
ISBN:
9781460752043
Publication Date:
01 / 02 / 2016
Pages:
496
Dimensions:
136 x 210 x 38mm
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Passenger is a fantastic introduction to Alexandra Bracken's new world of time-travel, mystery, action and romance. The novel follows seventeen year old Etta Spencer-- a prodigious violinist-- as her world is turned upside down as she is thrown into a vicious battle between the age-old time-travelling families. Forced into a battle she is given no chance to understand, Etta must find a guide whom she can trust as she travels through. All of this danger is made even more pressing as she is fighting for her mother's life; who has been captured by the most dangerous of the families. An excellent read for anyone who loves mystery, action and historical fiction, and fans of Kerstin Gier's 'Ruby Red' trilogy. - Rebecca (QBD)
, 26/06/2017

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