Whatever you face in the chamber, you must never let the flame go out . . .
Teresa Flavin's first novel, THE BLACKHOPE ENIGMA, was shortlisted for the 2011 Scottish Children's Book Award, the 2011 Leeds Book Award and the 2011 Waverton Good Reads Award, and longlisted for the 2011 Branford Boase Prize. When she is not writing or illustrating, Teresa leads school art workshops, makes paintings and handmade books, travels to far-flung places with her geographer husband, hikes in the Scottish hills and walks every labyrinth she can find. Follow Teresa at www.teresaflavin.com or on Twitter: @TeresaFlavin.
'this darkly supernatural mystery story will please many readers who love art and magic.' Serendipity Reviews The Shadow Lantern (Templar, GBP6.99) brings to a satisfying conclusion Teresa Flavin's art world fantasy trilogy. Once again Sunni and Blaise return to Blackhope Tower where their involvement with Fausto Corvo began. On entering the magician's painted world they discover that, while much has changed, their enemy and his is stillin pursuit. Teresa Flavin continues to display dexterity of mind and a lightness of touch as she resolves the many layers and facets of this unusual and engrossing trilogy. The Scotsman