Tree Magic

Tree Magic

by Harriet Springbett

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A life fractured into parallel worlds. A quiet magic to accept or ignore. A decision to make.

Escape from difficult family dynamics is teenager Rainbow's desire. When she discovers a strange gift for communicating with trees, she thinks she's found her salvation. Even better, a mysterious but gentle man living in her Dorset village helps develop her powers.

But when tragedy strikes, Rainbow's life is torn apart, creating parallel worlds in the process. In one life, the vulnerable Rainbow strives to salvage her family. In the other, her alter-ego, Mary, flees her past. Over the next few years the two versions of Rainbow follow very different lives. The source of their grief, however, is the same – a confession buried deep within their memories.

Could France offer more than a mere escape? As the two worlds draw closer and memories resurface, Rainbow and Mary's futures must be determined. Can they receive the healing they need? Or will the renewed pain be too much to bear? Only by risking their lives will they know.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162893875
Publisher: Impress Books
Publication date: 06/02/2020
Series: Tree Magic , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 692 KB

About the Author

Harriet Springbett lives in the Poitou-Charentes region of France with her French partner and their teenage daughters. Her first literary success was winning an honours award at the Highbridge Festival of the Arts at 10 years old with an essay about spring. Since then, her short stories and poetry have been published in literary journals and placed in several writing competitions. She grew up in West Dorset and qualified as a manufacturing engineer before realising she preferred people to machines, and words to numbers. She moved to France in 1995, where she studied French and then worked as a project manager, a freelance feature writer, a translator and an English teacher. She has always written in her free time.Tree Magic is her first novel and she is now working on her third. She blogs on writing, life in France and French cultural events at

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