Author(s): P.R. Morrison
Archie Stringweed lives in the windswept Scottish fishing village of Westervoe. Archie is sure that the wind talks to him; that the wind watches him. It seems to appear round corners and laugh at him; to creep up behind him and blow him along the pavement; to drape itself round his shoulders and screech in his ear. Then, on Archie's tenth birthday, he discovers that he faces a huge challenge - one that will determine the fate of his family, who have been plagued by a curse for generations. Before the day is out, Archie is pitched in a furious battle with the elements ...
Pearl Morrison is a dazzling new star in the world of children's books, with a second book set to follow on from The Windtamer Pacy writing and endearing 10-year-old hero will appeal hugely to boy readers Intriguing mystery to solve makes for utterly compelling reading
P.R. Morrison was born and brought up in the Orkney Islands, off the tip of Scotland. The dramatic landscape and sea climate of Orkney strongly influenced the writing of Wind Tamer, her first book. P.R. Morrison now lives in London with her family.