Ingo Series by Helen Dunmore
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Review I was captivated by the idea of Stormswept by Helen Dunmore when it was published earlier this month. Although Stormswept is the first in a new series of Ingo Chronicles I quickly decided that I could not read it until I had first taken a look at the preceding Ingo set of novels by Helen. I had no idea that these four novels — Ingo , The Tide Knot , The Deep and The Crossing Of Ingo — would enchant me to such an extent that I read the series in a week, with the majority taking only a day to complete.
With an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. The crossing of Ingo is an ancient and dangerous coming-of-age ritual: a journey to the bottom of the world. Sapphy and Conor have been called to take part, the first of human blood ever to make an attempt. But Ervys and his followers are determined to stop them: dead or alive. Helen Dunmore builds her classic, much-loved series up to a breathtaking finale.
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Master storyteller Helen Dunmore writes the story of Sapphire and her brother Conor, and their discovery of INGO, a powerfu.
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No catches, no fine print just unconditional book loving for your children with their favourites saved to their own digital bookshelf. Elizabeth Laird. Valentina Giannella. Written by Helen Dunmore. Part of the The Ingo Chronicles Series. This is the first of the Ingo quartet. Helen Dunmore has done what few authors succeed in doing.