The Wolf in the Attic by Paul Kearney. Published by Rebellion

World War I has left much of the world in ruins. Young Greek Anna Francis and her father have fled to Oxford,England, leaving behind their Greek home and the memories of Anna’s dead mother and brother. Anna and her father live alone in a tall, old house where Anna spends her time talking to her doll and spinning stories and elaborate worlds in her imagination. Imagine her surprise to find she’s not alone after all. At the very top of the house, in the attic, she finds a young boy with yellow eyes. His name is Luca and he is just as alone as Anna. A beautifully told fantasy that put me in mind of C.S. Lewis and his travels to Narnia


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