Scorpio Races

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Every November, the Scorpio Races are run beneath the chalk cliffs of Skarmouth. Sean Kendrick is the only man on the island capable of taming the beasts. Puck enters the races to save her family, but he horse she rides is an ordinary little mare. They both enter the Races hoping to change their lives. But first they'll have to survive.
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ISBN-13: 9781407178967
ISBN-10: 1407178962
Pagini: 496
Dimensiuni: 129 x 198 x 30 mm
Greutate: 0.34 kg


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* "Stiefvater's novel begins rivetingly and gets better and better...all the way, in fact, to best." - The Horn Book, starred review

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"In her most addictive story yet, Stiefvater revives the strong, silent type in sexy, brooding monster tamer Sean Kendrick. His co-narrator, Puck, is heartbreakingly adorable as a stubborn little sister growing into a brave, self-assured woman. Stiefvater is a master of magical realism, and her prose leaves the reader cold, damp and anxious as November closes in on the isolated island setting." -- "RT Book Reviews Magazine"

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