Friday, 15 April 2011


By Michelle Harrison.
336 pp. Simon & Schuster UK. £6.99. (Ages 9 and up)


Rating: 4 Stars

      While Tanya is visiting her grandmother, Tanya and Fabain find out that fifty years ago, a girl named Morwena Bloom went missing in Mr Hangmans Wood. Together they try to unravel this mystery, but Tanya has her own secret, the ability to see fairies. Will this help them on there journey or not? If so, how? When they do find her, she is nothing of what she used to be sweet, kind and shy, instead she is full of hatred, anger, jealousy and revenge. Tanya nearly gets pulled into the fairy realm, but her friend, Red, exchanges herself for Tanya.
      This was a really good book, actually one of my second favorites. If I put this book out of five, I would definitely say four out of five. My favorite part is, when Tanya nearly gets pulled into the fairy realm. The moral of this book is, if you feel left out on something, or that you aren't aloud in a secret it is for a good reason.