Book cover for Song of the Huntress

Song of the Huntress



21 March 2024
432 pages
Imprint: Macmillan


In Song of the Huntress, Lucy Holland deftly weaves together magic, myth, political intrigue, and a fierce and unique love story — no small feat! I devoured it over the course of several late nights and enjoyed every moment
Holland’s debut, Sistersong, gave us a beguiling blend of Dark Ages history, strong heroines and magic. She’s gone and done it again, but even better. Two women warriors — one a cursed British immortal, the other a Saxon queen — must find common ground to fight a growing evil. Captivating
Striking, bold and beautifully written Song of the Huntress is a feast for readers. Holland is a powerful writer and this, a propulsive tale, a brilliantly woven tapestry of folklore, fantasy and history. Epic and wild
Richly imagined and meticulously researched, Song of the Huntress makes history vibrant

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