Reviews

  • A truly cinematic and gripping read, jam-packed with engaging characters and stunning illustrations throughout. Frostheart is a feast for the eyes and the imagination!

    Laura Ellen Anderson – bestselling author of Amelia Fang
  • Littler's debut is wild, funny, lavishly illustrated and filled with excitement.

    Guardian
  • A heart-stopping tale ... [that] really lives up to the hype

    Sunday Post
  • [Y]oung fantasy lovers will find a feast of Leviathans and grumpy Yetis in Frostheart, a gloriously imagined first novel by the illustrator Jamie Littler.

    Daily Telegraph
  • Littler is an expert at pushing reluctant readers from one chapter to the next via strategic cliffhangers and this freezing world should warm the hearts of young readers

    The Times
  • This exhilarating snowy adventure will have kids reading under the covers long after lights out.

    i newspaper
  • [A] lavishly illustrated debut

    Mail on Sunday - 'Must-Read Books of the Year'
  • Happily, this is one that really does live up to the hype. Littler is best known as the illustrator of Danny Wallace's Hamish and the Worldstoppers series, but here he proves himself to be a huge fiction talent too. It's a rip-roaring action adventure, full of humour, heart and unforgettable characters, all enhanced by Littler's wonderfully detailed black and white line drawings . . . expect big things.

    The Bookseller, Children's Book of the Month
  • Full of intriguing worldbuilding details, as well as a cast of memorable, enchanting characters, Littler's saga offers oodles of thrilling moments of danger interspersed with an acute understanding of heartfelt storytelling. The inclusion of striking illustrations, which heighten reader immersion, further delineates each character's charm . . . The enthralling dawn of an unmissable voyage.

    Kirkus, Starred Review
  • Littler's world is vivid and evocative, filled with bizarre creatures, lost technology, and dark secrets, as well as colorful characters. Ash's journey of self-discovery and maturation is satisfying, while the underlying sense of mystery and excitement keeps the story moving forward. Littler's interior spot illustrations depict the scenes with a gentle energy that further brings his vision to life.

    Publishers Weekly

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