I feel honoured to see a review of Tree Magic featured in the literary journal ‘Storgy’ today – especially such a well written, thoughtful and positive review. Many thanks to the reviewer, Alice Kouzmenko, to Storgy and to my wonderful publicist at Impress Books, Sarah Sleath (and of course to my producer, the sound engineers and… ha ha!)
Think of Tree Magic as a tree. A great big oak, or a fir, or the beech at the end of your garden that gave you the scar on your knee. Look at its leaves and branches, and you will find a story about a young girl, Rainbow, who discovers she can communicate with trees. Dig deeper and you’ll find the roots of the story. For Harriet Springbett’s first novel is about more than a girl with magic powers. It is about a young girl struggling to reinvent herself. It follows Rainbow’s journey between England and France, her dramatic changes in appearances, her attempt to piece together a broken family, and all the people she meets along the way.
I am not one for fantasy novels. So, when I read the blurb for this book, I was initially sceptical about the prospect of reading about a girl with magic hands…
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