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Deep Is the Fen (MP3)
Written by:
Lili Wilkinson 
Read by:
Imogen WildeLili Wilkinson 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
12 hours 19 minutes 
MP3 size:
533 MB 
May 28 2024 
Available Date:
May 28 2024 
Age Category:
Young Adult (15+) 
Fiction; Australian Fiction; Fantasy Fiction; Romance; Young Adult Fiction 
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Australian author

A bewitching journey behind the closed doors of a secret society, featuring sinister toadmen, resistance witches and a steamy enemies-to-lovers romance, from the acclaimed author of A Hunger of Thorns.

Merriwether Morgan doesn't need a happily-ever-after. Her life in the idyllic town of Candlecott is fine just as it is – simple, happy and with absolutely no magic. Magic only ever leads to trouble. But Merry's best friend, Teddy, is joining the Toadmen – a secret society upholding backward thinking and suspiciously supernatural traditions – and she is determined to stop him. Even if it means teaming up with her academic arch-nemesis, Caraway Boswell, an ice-cold snob who hides his true face behind a glamour. An ancient Toad ritual is being held in the nightmarish Deeping Fen, and if Merry doesn't rescue Teddy, she'll lose him forever. But the further she travels into Deeping Fen's foul waters, the more Merry wonders if she can possibly save her friend – or if she's walking straight into a trap. Because there's nothing the Toadmen love more than a damsel in distress ...

'Completely entrancing ... It's full of magic – the real thing.' (on A Hunger of Thorns)
Amie Kaufman, New York Times bestselling co-author of the Aurora Cycle

'A lush, spellbinding tale with dangerously enchanting characters.' (on A Hunger of Thorns)
C.S. Pacat, New York Times bestselling author of Dark Rise

'This is my kind of fairy tale: visceral and dark, lush and lovely.' (on A Hunger of Thorns)
Kate J. Armstrong, author of Nightbirds