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A must-read for fans of Circe, Song of the Huntress recasts the folklore behind the Wild Hunt into a dark, feminist fantasy set amidst the legends and beauty of ancient Britain.

Britain, 60 AD. Hoping to save her lover and her land from the Romans, Herla makes a desperate pact with the Otherworld King. She becomes Lord of the Hunt and for centuries she rides, reaping wanderers’ souls. Until the night she meets a woman on a bloody battlefield – a Saxon queen with ice-blue eyes.

Queen Æthelburg of Wessex is a proven fighter, but after a battlefield defeat she finds her husband’s court turning against her. Yet King Ine needs Æthel more than ever: the dead kings of Wessex are waking, and Ine must master his bloodline’s ancient magic if they are to survive.

When their paths cross, Herla knows it’s no coincidence. Something dark and dangerous is at work in the Wessex court. As she and Æthel grow closer, Herla must find her humanity – and a way to break the curse – before it’s too late.
 

Song of the Huntress by Lucy Holland

£16.99Price
  • Format: Hardback

    ISBN: 9781529077407

    Imprint: Tor 

  • 'Striking, bold and beautifully written Song of the Huntress is a feast for readers. Holland is a powerful writer and this, a propulsive tale, a brilliantly woven tapestry of folklore, fantasy and history. Epic and wild.' – Angela Slatter, award-winning author of The Briar Book of the Dead

     

    'Richly imagined and meticulously researched, SONG OF THE HUNTRESS makes history vibrant,' – Hannah Whitten, NYT bestselling author of For the Wolf

     

    'Original and wrenching, this take on the Wild Hunt is as dark, and wild and beautiful as love itself. Lucy Holland’s skill is even sharper than it was in Sistersong—It won't be long before you fall in love with Aethel, Herla, and Ine, just like I did,' – C.L. Clarke, author of The Unbroken

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