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Narroway Trilogy : Ottilie Colter and the Master of Monsters : Narroway Trilogy : Book 2 - Rhiannon Williams

Narroway Trilogy : Ottilie Colter and the Master of Monsters

Narroway Trilogy : Book 2

Paperback Published: 1st April 2019
ISBN: 9781760500900
Number Of Pages: 384
For Ages: 9+ years old

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A secret hunt. A secret hero.

Ottilie Colter is the first girl ever to join the secretive, boys-only Narroway Hunt – and she’s determined that she won’t be the last. 

The Hunt trains children to kill ruthless monsters known as dredretches, but now it's under threat. Dredretches have invaded Fort Fiory, and no-one is safe – especially not the girls who live there, but aren’t allowed to fight. 

Ottilie must convince the Hunt to train the girls – but with the dredretches getting worse, talk of witchcraft on the rise, and a mysterious hooded figure in the Narroways itself, her time is running out … 

The second adventure in a thrilling feminist trilogy about friendship, monsters and having the courage to be a rebel.

About the Author

Originally from Taradale, Victoria, Rhiannon Williams now lives and writes in Sydney, sharing an apartment with two friends and the ghost of a cat. She studied English and history at the University of Sydney, and completed a Bachelor of Creative Arts Honours at Flinders University. Rhiannon has a background in theatre and hopes to tell stories until the end of her days.

ISBN: 9781760500900
ISBN-10: 1760500909
Series: The Narroway Trilogy
Audience: Children
For Ages: 9+ years old
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 384
Published: 1st April 2019
Publisher: Hardie Grant Egmont
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.8
Edition Number: 1

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