Philip Pullman: Four Tales
Spooky, spine-tingling fantasies by the author of Northern Lights: just right for frosty winter nights! So – what does Philip Pullman do when he’s not penning epics like His Dark Materials, or signing copies of his books, or being interviewed for the papers? The answer is, he writes rather wonderful fairy tales. And here’s your chance to discover them! First there’s Clockwork: the dark gothic story of a German clockmaker with a sinister secret. Next up is I Was a Rat, set amid the murky backstreets of Victorian London. Then The Firework-Maker’s Daughter and The Scarecrow and His Servant: two dazzling quests full of adventure and colour. Simply magical stuff.
- Breathtaking short novels by a celebrated literary master
- Now in a bumper bind-up edition to keep and treasure
- Shimmering with colour, humour, magic and imagination
- An intricate mix of fantasy, fairy tale and Gothic elements