Twelve-year-old Hazel Hooper has spent her whole life trapped in a magical Glade created by her mother, Hecate.
She's desperate to meet new people and find out about the world. And, more than anything, she wants to be a witch. But when her mother is kidnapped by a demon - everything changes ...Suddenly Hazel is alone in the world.
Well ...not quite alone. For it turns out that Hazel does have magic - she's just not very good at controlling it. And she may have accidentally created a grumpy familiar in the form of a dormouse called Bramley. Determined to rescue her mother, the young witch and her mouse set out to track down the demon and find Hecate.
However, it turns out that life outside the Glade is far more dangerous than Hazel ever could have imagined.
Witch Hunters are everywhere - and the witches are using demons to fight back! Luckily for Hazel she manages to enlist the help of a handsome boy called David, and his drunken master, Titus White, who are expert demon hunters. And witch finders ...Fire Girl is a fantastic new magical adventure from Matt Ralphs - perfect for young readers with a taste for the extraordinary!
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 288 pages
- Publisher: Pan Macmillan
- Publication Date: 13/08/2015
- Category: Fantasy
- ISBN: 9781447283553
- EPUB from £5.59
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Review by wyvernfriend
Hazel Hooper lives with her mother in a secluded forest with her magical mother, Hazel is curious about the outside world and only knows a little about it, except to know that people like her mother are hunted, killed. When a demon steals her mother her life changes and she finds that she does have magic and now has a grumpy dormouse called Bramley as a familiar.It's during the English Civil War, here it's a war about witchcraft and about the control of magic. It's complicating things and there are demons involved in it all and things are never predictable. She joins with some demon hunters to rescue her mother, but how well can she keep her secrets.I didn't really feel like I got to know many of the characters, except Hazel and Bramley and I want more Bramley.