The City of Silver Light by Ruth Fox is Kids Corner Brand New Kids Book of The Week – A Magical YA Sci-Fi For The Whole Family to Enjoy!

November 16, 2012
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5.0 stars – 1 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

On a night of frost and ice, she falls from the sky, the beautiful ice-girl Cari, cast out of her world and into ours.

It’s an unusually cold Winter, but 15 year old Jake is more concerned with the ice forming in his dad’s new relationship and the fact that the girl he likes is dating his best friend.

And now his elderly neighbour is acting even weirder than usual. Could things get even more confusing?

Then Jake finds Cari, lost and alone. Who is she? What has she got to do with the sudden frost, and the wondrous silver city that has appeared in the sky? And what does his elderly neighbour, Mrs Henders know about it all?

Jake is determined to find out. But the secrets Cari bears are more dangerous than Jake can ever imagine. And the fate of our entire world – and that of the City of Silver Light – now rest in their hands.

One Reviewer Notes

“I love the title of this story, and its delicious mix of genres; allegory, family story, fantasy, science fiction. In tone, it reminds me of Margaret Mahy’s YA books and Maggie Pearson’s Owl Light. This is a story of consequences, some alarmingly long term, and of doing what is right. I heartily recommend this book at any reader who enjoys something a bit out of the general line.” – Amazon Reviewer, 5 Stars

About The Author

Ruth completed a Bachelor of Arts/Diploma of Arts in Professional Writing and Editing in 2006. She has contributed a short story to Something Different, an anthology of short stories, and has worked as an editor and copywriter. She often illustrates her own work and is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Arts – Fine Arts.

Ruth has been an avid reader her entire life and, inspired by the books that engrossed her as she was growing up, she aims to create stories that can draw readers in and enthral them for days or weeks. She writes every day and lives in Ballarat, Victoria, with her partner, her cat, and an ever-expanding library of books.

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