On the day that Clementine snaps after enduring Jago’s endless taunting, she unleashes her magic. She has known she carries magic. Clementine has inherited it from her mother who disappeared, going to buy milk. Something in this day is different, a light, a pulsation, and then the house.
Huge, leering, powerful, ghostly, the house appears. Clementine treads its steps warily, opens its doors to discover something otherworldly. Amongst its peculiar wonders is a ‘Snowglobe‘ that has entrapped Dylan, a classmate. It seems that Clementine is his only hope of rescue.
Should she rescue him? Can she rescue him? The house disappears- it’s only apparent to some, and then it appears, to those with magic. Who are the two sisters who inhabit and rule this house? What relationship are they to Clementine, and her missing mother? What are the meaning of the snow globes?
‘Snowglobe‘ is a magical, wondrous, tour-de-force. There is such a passion and intelligence within Amy Wilson’s writing, as though her words propel like Clementine’s magic! This is a fantastic ‘forever’ title!