Furthermoor by Darren Simpson

£7.99

YOUNG READER REVIEW

‘Furthermoor’ follows Bren living through his miserable life of school and family but also into a world of happiness and peace. But in his world of joy, there is a secret that starts to appear, which he never knew of, and it’s starting to take over… This book has twists and turns but highlights that help from others can be very important. It has a sprinkle of everything, from fantasy, to friendship, and bullies, to evil creatures. I’ve not read anything like it! By: Madeleine (age 11). Rating: 5/5.

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Description

The real world is a hostile place for twelve-year-old Bren, his schooldays stalked by vicious bully, Shaun, and his family life fractured at home. Ever since his sister Evie died in an accident, Bren’s only safe space is Furthermoor, an imagined world of mechanised trees and clockwork animals, where Evie is still alive. In Furthermoor, no one can hurt Bren…until the mysterious Featherly arrives. Now Bren is forced to confront his deepest fears and decide if his place in the real world is worth fighting for. Enter a world as vast and dark as your imagination, in this unforgettable coming-of-age story about courage, friendship and finding your voice.