Wilderness

Deepest winter. Ice. Snow. Survival. Pure suspense. Every word glitters. At Scholastic, we like to bring you quality fiction by top names like Philip Pullman and Suzanne Collins. Oh, and Roddy Doyle. Winner of the world’s biggest literary prize, the Booker Prize – and the writer of this heart-stopping novel. Grainne and her step-brothers are off to Finland for a winter adventure holiday, riding dog-sleds at a remote lodge. But when their mum is lost in the snowy wastes, the stage is set for a novel in two voices: a frantic story of seeking and finding which shrieks with nail-biting tension.

  • World-class fiction set in a chilling icy landscape
  • Roddy Doyle is one of the world’s leading authors
  • He won the Booker Prize for Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha
  • He also wrote the screenplay for The Commitments

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    Roddy Doyle

    Roddy Doyle is the author of many acclaimed and bestselling novels: including A Star Called Henry, The Commitments and The Van. This is his third book for children published by Scholastic.

    Awards

    Roddy Doyle won the Booker Prize for his adult novel Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha in 1993.

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