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The start of a super new series from C J Busby. Her previous series "Frogspell" etc were a great take on the Arthurian legends for young children. This book is aimed at a slightly older audience and is based on crossovers between two worlds. When objects such as mobile phones start appearing in a medieval castle and a sword arrives in a modern home, it is time for questions to be asked and action to be taken. A great story and I look forward to reading more. ( )
  MargaretPemberton | Feb 19, 2017 |
A rift has opened... Worlds are colliding... And a knight on horseback has been spotted in Wemworthy town centre. Could mysterious substance deep amber be the source of all the chaos? It’s down to modern-world siblings Cat and Simon to join forces with apprentice witch Dora and castle mischief-maker Jem and investigate. But can they mend the rift and find the deep amber before it falls into the wrong hands?

I read and really enjoyed the Frogspell series, so when I saw these C J Busby titles [Deep Amber & Dragon Amber] in the new stock at the library I grabbed them. These are a bit more 'grown up' than the earlier stories, aimed at more confident readers.
Deep Amber is still a good fun tale, not too complicated but with enough action to keep the interest.
I'm keen to start the sequel, as it ended on a cliff-hanger. ( )
  Helen_Earl | Aug 6, 2015 |
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