Wolfchild: A Year and a Day
A historical fantasy set in the land of Lyonnesse in the year 1099. This is the story of Morwenna who meets a wolf and a forbidden stranger, the wild boy, Raw who has to stay hidden for a year and a day. It is rumoured that Raw is a dangerous wolfchild, but Morwenna is not so sure.
Themes: Cornish legend, friendship, disaster, flood, serfdom, history legend, fantasy.
CBCA Notable Book, younger Readers 2004
Shortlisted for the Aurealis Awards, 2004
Commended in Holyer an Gof Awards, Cornwall 2004
Stone Table Books
What people are saying
Wolfchild is a vivid and beautiful story, carefully researched and crafted. A delightful historical fantasy.
Eva (Sallis) Hornung
A robust, upbeat but somehow haunting tale extrapolated from the Cornish legend of the lost land of Lyonesse.
Russ Merrin, Magpies