305 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 1.13 in
May 1, 2006
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0810992140
ISBN - 13: 9780810992146
From the Publisher
A fantasy "shimmering with magic, myth, and romance,"* now available in paperback
Gwen travels to Ireland to visit her cousin Findabhair, expecting a summer of backpacking, late nights, and the usual road trip adventures. But when Findabhair is kidnapped by the King of Faerie, Gwen must race to save her cousin before the rise of the Hunter's Moon, when the fairies need a human sacrifice.
This first novel in "The Chronicles of Faerie" was praised for "Melling's taut plotting, with its unexpected turns, [that] moves the story quickly to a climax and leaves readers wanting more." ("School Library Journal")
* from "Booklist" (starred review)
Praise for "The Hunter's Moon"
*"A compelling blend of Irish mythology and geography." - "School Library Journal" (starred review)
..."[This] sensation-loaded celebration of Ireland and Faerie will be a powerful draw for many readers." - "The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books"
About the Author
O.R. Melling didn’t plan to be a writer; in fact, she wanted to become Canada’s first female prime minister. Before getting her first book published after many rejections, Melling worked as a barmaid, a bank teller, and a secretary. She spent a month in law school, and did a short stint in the Canadian Armed Forces. While trying her hand at all of these occupations, she completed her MA at the University of Toronto in Mediaeval Irish History and Celtic Studies. O.R. Melling currently writes, lectures, and does film work in Ireland, where she lives.