Stormswept

Stormswept
Helen Dunmore
Reviewed by George Hanratty
HarperCollins
Fri, 06/01/2012
9781408312636
£6.99

Stormswept is an atmospheric and lyrical new novel from Helen Dunmore who has returned to the unforgettable world she created in her Ingo novels.

Morveren and her twin sister Jenna couldn’t be more different, yet despite their differences they believe they share a link that cannot be broken. Following a terrible storm one night, Morveren finds a teenage boy stranded in a rock pool and is drawn into the mythical world of Ingo. As the worlds of water and air collide, Morveren becomes desperate to save Malin and ensure he remains hidden from the human world testing her relationship with Jenna more than either of them could imagine.

This is engaging and emotional adventure draws the reader into Morveren’s world from its opening pages.   

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