Emily Windsnap Pack

Girl next door. Best friend. Mermaid. Who is Emily Windsnap…? Although she lives on a boat, Emily’s mum has always been anxious to keep her out of the water. And when Emily goes swimming and grows a shimmering tail, she finally finds out why! Being a mermaid definitely has its upsides. Emily gets to explore a glorious underwater world of beautiful fish, coral and shipwrecks. Even better, she makes a brand new mermaid friend! So what are the downsides? Well – not everything is shiny and pretty under the ocean. We’re talking legendary sea monsters, a furious King Neptune and a war below the waves…

  • Fresh and charming high-school fantasy, beautifully written and imagined
  • Liz Kessler is the author of A Year Without Autumn and North of Nowhere
  • Hugely popular series that reached no. 10 on the New York Times Best Seller list

“Absolutely enchanting… a salty splash of something fresh within the tradition of mermaid tales.” Amanda Craig

“A magical fantasy – exciting, touching, funny and highly original.” Cheshire Life

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  • loved it

    Amazing and adventurous

    12 July 2015

  • loved it

    I LOVE these books! You have to read them! They’re one of my favorites!

    22 June 2015

  • loved it

    I loved the Emily Windsnap series!!! I think this is the best book in my life, seriously. Loved all the romance, underwater adventures and magic! It made ME believe that mermaids and magic real, and really…I just can’t wait for the book.

    After I finished the last book in the Emily Windsnap series, I was crying all night long in bed because it was just soooo good! I wish this series could be continued, and now I’m onto reading Liz Kessler’s other books. I still can’t believe that the Emily Windsnap series isn’t popular, probably because it only just came out. But I think Liz Kessler is by far my favourite autor, and the Emily Windsnap series are the best books she’s writen so far.


    9 July 2013

  • mermaids are the best. emily was my idol for a bit wjen i was 11!

    30 December 2012

  • It was great, the idea was brilliant as were the descriptions. The action features,though, did lack certain details. However, Liz Kessler did the best in writing realistic actions and reactions. I liked a lot when I read it and so did my friends, I highly recommend the book.

    3 July 2012

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