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Free and Famous
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Free and Famous
Victoria Stitch #2
Written by:
Harriet Muncaster 
Read by:
Emily Wheaton 
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
5 hours 17 minutes 
February 04 2022 
Available Date:
February 04 2022 
Age Category:
Children (8+) 
Fiction; Children; Children's Fiction; Fantasy 
Bolinda audio 
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AUD$ 19.95
AUD$ 19.95

Bestselling author
Award winning author
UK Author

Free and Famous is the second instalment in the Victoria Stitch series from bestselling and award-winning author Harriet Muncaster, introducing the gothic and spiky character Victoria and her twin Celestine.

I want to be me! The glorious glittering me ... people like me here Celestine! They adore me! Victoria Stitch has escaped from the confines of Wiskling Wood and flown into the human world. Here, she breaks the most sacred of all wiskling laws and speaks to a human. Where she is feared and disgraced in Wiskling Wood, she is adored and revered in the human world. But the net is closing in. There are wisklings who would like to end Victoria Stitch's famous reign in the human world for good. Will her beloved twin, Celestine, be able to warn her in time? And even if she can, will Victoria Stitch listen?

'Packed full of gothic glam and with a hefty dose of sparkles and glitter, Victoria Stitch is a fabulous anti-heroine.' (on Bad and Glittering)

'This absorbing miniature melodrama is full of fraught sibling fondness between sweet, gentle Celestine and the marvellously ambitious and snooty Victoria.' (on Bad and Glittering)
The Guardian

'Muncaster’s miniatures create an alluring backdrop for this ode to creative, capable mothers and their adoring familiars ... er, children. And the story doesn’t shut the door to the possibility of real magic, either.' (on I Am a Witch’s Cat)
Publishers Weekly

'A charming story about self-acceptance.' (on Isadora Moon Goes to School)
Kirkus Reviews