'Irina: the Trilogy brings together in one stunning packaged the three magical books in the Irina series: Irina the Wolf Queen, Irina and the White Wolf and Irina and the Lost Book. From when Irina is kidnapped by the evil wizard Vilmos as a baby, to being raised by wolves in the forest, to returning home to Ragnor Castle and finally being crowned the princess she was always destined to be, the trilogy will captivate and enchant younger readers. Irina: the Trilogy is intended for a middle-grade readership between 8 and 12 years and will appeal to those who enjoyed Emily Rodda’s The Key To Rondo, Tamora Pierce’s Song of the Lioness Quartet, C.S. Lewis’s Narnia books, Tolkien’s The Hobbit and readers of Hans Christian Andersen.' (Publication summary)
'Irina felt joy flood through her. Adventure! She climbed onto Durrell’s back and the pair sped off, leaving tracks in the white snow …
'Irina the Wolf Queen’s mission to save the wolves of Ragnor is under threat. Having defeated the wicked magician Vilmos and reunited with her birth mother and father, she must now embark on a seemingly impossible quest to find the white wolf and unlock the kingdom’s prophecy.
'Irina travels through icy forests and across treacherous seas deep into the heart of the Narrowlands. At every turn, her enemies lay traps and she must use all her wits, intuition and courage in order to survive. Can Irina overcome the forces of evil or is Ragnor destined to return to another age of darkness?' (Publisher's blurb)
'‘I’m no wolf-queen,’ Irina thought bitterly. ‘I’m barely more than a girl, a stupid girl at that, who got herself helplessly trapped in a Narrowlands cell!’
'A terrifying army marches south towards Irina’s family and friends. Locked in prison, she is powerless to stop it.
'The Book of the Junsong is lost, her mother is under an evil enchantment, and she is separated from her beloved wolves.
'Now, Irina must face her ultimate foe: the Venerated Dragon. And she must do it alone, with nothing to help her but a charm on her neck – and the truth.
'Can Irina fulfil her destiny and bring the Age of Peace to Ragnor?' (Publication summary)