Mother Moth Kindle µ Hardcover

  • Hardcover
  • 266 pages
  • Mother Moth
  • Adrian Bell
  • English
  • 03 August 2016

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Mother Moth A classic tale of witchcraft Elspeth Willows converses with all the creatures at Milkcow Farm where she and her father live happily But Elspeth's powers reveal a dark side relentlessly corroding the surface of her safe sunlit world The mysterious gruesome Mother Moth a witch who regenerates by the sacrifice of children has adopted Elspeth as her next victim Tangled thickets of dread danger and dream trap Elspeth as she struggles to outwit her enemy protect her father and summon the courage to accept her own natureMother Moth is an extended fable for all ages a worthy successor to the classic illustrated fairy tales by turns funny rollicking thrilling touching always unflinching in its encounter with the archetypal fairy tale themes love death and the nature of evil

About the Author: Adrian Bell

Adrian Bell is one of the best known of modern writers dealing with the countryside His books are noted for their close observations of country lifeThe son of a newspaper editor Bell was born in London and educated at Uppingham School in Rutland At the age of 19 he ventured into the countryside in Hundon Suffolk to learn about agriculture and he farmed in various locations over the next six