The Widow's Thorn

Nearly a year has passed since Esther Lanark fought the Witch of Glenaster, but she is still not safe. As ward of the empire's most powerful man, she is effectively a prisoner, until an old friend appears, and tells her that Magnus, her brother, may still be alive - and that she is in greater danger now than ever. Who can she trust, and how will she escape, when so many people want her dead? More
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About Jonathan Mills

I grew up in Somerset, England, an area rich in history, myth, and story-telling. It's where Alfred the Great hid from the Danes in the Ninth Century, where the Duke of Monmouth led the Pitchfork Rebellion against James II in 1685, where countless ghosts, witches and giants have stalked the hills and marshes for thousands of years.

"The Witch of Glenaster", "The Widow's Thorn" and "The Ghosts of Glenaster" are inspired by these stories, and also by writers such as Ursula Le Guin, Kevin Crossley-Holland, and J.R.R. Tolkien.

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About the Series: The Glenaster Chronicles
My novels "The Witch of Glenaster", "The Widow's Thorn" and "The Ghosts of Glenaster" together form a trilogy entitled the Glenaster Chronicles, which tell the story of Esther Lanark, a young girl in a world very different to our own, who has to leave her home and journey through a hostile land, a place of thieves, dragons, demons and dark magic, to protect her brother and avenge her family.

Also in Series: The Glenaster Chronicles

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