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    Tom Allenby’s life just gets stranger.

    Since he moved to the small village of Rooksbourne he’s already saved the world twice. Now in the depths of a freezing winter, his school is over -run by a force which can control the ice creating dangerous creatures. Meanwhile a super evolved subterranean group emerge from underground with a plan that threatens the whole world.

    Trapped and isolated can Tom and his friends overcome these dangers in time?

    Or will the Spectres of Winter win?

    This is the third novel in the Heart of the World series set in the village of Rooksbourne which sits above world’s elemental energy. Using an ancient rock called the Earthstone, Tom Allenby can control the elements but has much to learn as he takes on powerful figures who have their own powers.

    John Connors was born and lives in Liverpool in the United Kingdom and is the author of a series of novels called Heart of the World about a boy called Tom Allenby who moves to a village that sits above the world’s elemental energy.

    The first book Elemental was published in 2014 followed by Living Things in 2015. The Spectres of Winter published in 2016 is the third book in the series.

    In real life, John works in local government and writes two blogs www.timelinesdw.blogspot.co.uk and www.thiswayupzine.blogspot.co.uk.

    He has also compiled two books featuring the best material from the 70 plus amateur fanzines he edited in the 1990s and 2000s.

    For more information on this and the other Heart of the World novels go to www.johnconnorswriter.com or follow John on Twitter @JohnConnors100.

    Are you a reviewer, librarian, or media professional interested in a review copy of The Spectres of Winter?

    Digital review copies are now available. Please email [email protected]


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