‘A captivating, thought-provoking and fable-like tale … a triumphant follow-up to Wolfstongue.” – Eve McDonnell, author of The Chestnut Roaster
‘Startlingly original. Sam Thompson is a visionary genius.’ – Piers Torday, author of The Last Wild trilogy
‘From the first page of The Fox’s Tower I was caught up in the adventure. Nail-bitingly tense, funny, furious and full of heartfelt emotion this book will pitch you headfirst into another, incredibly captivating world and make you look at your own human world through fresh eyes.’ – Jan Carson, author of The Raptures
‘I was gasping and laughing as I read. (I may also have been crying a little.)’ – Read and Reviewed
Willow’s dad tells strange stories. He talks about a hidden Forest where animals can speak, and about his childhood adventures with a pack of wolves. Willow does not believe him. For her there is no magic left in the world, because older generations have let it all go to waste.
But now Willow’s dad has disappeared: stolen by foxes in the night.
To find him, Willow must enter the secret world of the Forest. There she must speak with wolves and find the magical Tower where the foxes are ruled by their silver-tongued leader, Reynard.
In the Tower, Willow sees wonders: statues walking the streets, spires reaching to the stars and a lion who wants to be king. But disaster is near. The magic is running out and soon the Tower will fall.
Reynard has a plan that will change everything, and he wants Willow’s help. But can she trust the story he is telling? Can Willow save her dad and find a way out of the Fox’s Tower?
The Fox’s Tower, a follow-up to Wolfstongue, is available now from Little Island.