Sigrun's Secret by Marie Louise Jensen
"Their garments are black as night. They carry torches in their hands, darkness and anger in their hearts. They are coming.'
When a dark family secret is exposed, Sigrun's peaceful life is shattered. Forced to pay for her parents' misdeeds, she finds herself exiled from all she knows - and from the boy she loves - for three long years. Yet more secrets lie ahead; not least the power Sigrun finds awakening in herself, seemingly passed to her from a mysterious amulet. Can she use her new-found gift to save herself and those around her from the dangers they face? And will true love wait until her return?
Sigrun's Secret is the sequel to Daughter Of Fire and Ice which I also read and really enjoyed last year. This time, it's the story of the protagonist's daughter Sigrun and I can't wait to start reading it. It was released in January of this year by Oxford Press. I'm probably going to take it with me when I go on holiday for a couple of days next week.
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