Emily Windsnap

 

 

Emily Windsnap and the Ship of Lost Souls

A field trip to a mysterious island quickly turns into an adventure when Emily Windsnap and Aaron discover a secret lookout point from which they spot a ghostly ship that no one else seems to be able to see. The ship appears and disappears only at certain times of day—growing fainter each time. Searching for answers only leads to more questions until Emily and her friends confront the island’s keeper, uncovering the incredible story of a ship caught between land and sea, day and night . . . life and death. Only Emily, with her ability to transform from mermaid to human, can enter Atlantis to try to bring the ship’s passengers back before the portal is closed forever. Emily knows that if she fails, not only will the passengers never see their loved ones again, but Emily won’t be able to return either. Will she be able to resist the allure of Atlantis and return home before it’s too late?

Emily Windsnap finds herself caught between worlds in a dramatic new episode of the New York Times best-selling series.


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other books by Liz Kessler

The New York Times best-selling Emily Windsnap series

       

The magical Philippa Fisher series

   

 

About Liz Kessler

When Liz was quite young (about eight) she wanted to be a poet. She grew up and did lots of other things, but then in 1999 she suddenly realized she wanted to write a book. She says, “It was as though I’d remembered what I’d always wanted to do, and I’ve never looked back.” Having spent a year traveling around Europe in a camper van, Liz is now living in Cornwall, U.K.

Liz Kessler is also the author of A Year Without Autumn, a novel Booklist says is “enriched by simply drawn characters, an intensely suspenseful climax, and an upbeat ending sweetened by both strong affirmations of friendship and a romantic subplot in the supporting cast.”

About mermaids, Liz says, “I am fascinated by the sea and all the mysteries of the ocean. It’s so huge, and there is so much of it that we haven’t discovered and know nothing about. To me, mermaids represent the possibilities of what might just exist on the edges of our imaginations and our world.”

Check out Liz Kessler's website at www.lizkessler.co.uk

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