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  • An absolutely enchanting tale. I love how Cerrie has reimagined familiar fairytales with fresh wonder and woven them together with starlight, wildness, and an inspiring band of feisty heroines! I adored it. I'm sure readers are going to devour it.

    Tamzin Merchant, author of The Hatmakers
  • Wildly exciting and wickedly whimsical, this fairytale conjures the purest magic there is: true love. Love for each and every one of us, because of our differences, not in-spite of them. It's a story as warming and as delicious as stolen porridge.

    Hana Tooke, author of The Unadoptables
  • A wild, lyrical tale with echoes of much-loved storybook heroines, Cerrie Burnell's Wilder than Midnight is a feast for the senses. It's a book about love and friendship and driving your own destiny in the face of prejudice. But mostly, it's a story of girls, glorious girls, in all their feisty, feminine brilliance.

    Nizrana Farook, author of The Girl Who Stole an Elephant
  • One of the most delightful stories I've read in years. Gorgeously cosy and as heart-warming as sticky-sweet porridge, Burnell's writing sparkles like starlight, guiding you through a forest tangled with fairy tales with a shining beam of hope. It's a beautiful celebration of how our differences make us special.

    Maria Kuzniar, author of The Ship of Shadows

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