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Ondine: The Autumn Palace

by Ebony McKenna (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 11 - 18 years

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One boy, one girl – one plot to be foiled! Hamish the gorgeous boy (and part-time ferret) has a new job with the Duke as a spy in his Autumn Palace. So when Ondine goes along with him, she imagines a hugely romantic escapade. What she hasn’t imagined is being made to do endless laundry, going to school and having to keep Hamish a secret. All the while trying to find out who is plotting to kill the Duke! As if that isn’t bad enough, it seems that Hamish is more interested in getting the Duke’s attention than hers – and he’s spending all his time in ferret form. Things can’t go on like this! Can Ondine foil the would-be assassin, save the Duke, and get her love interest back in his gorgeous human shape? It’s going to take a little bit of magic, a lot of stolen kisses, and some ferreting around…

The second witty, surreal and magical modern fairytale from the bestselling and truly unique Ondine series.

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Egmont Books Ltd

Date published

February 7th, 2011



UK edition


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