The Tree of Seasons

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Hodder General Publishing Division, Apr 1, 2011 - Brothers and sisters - 320 pages
11 Reviews
In the months before his untimely death, Stephen Gately had written this, his first novel. The Tree of Seasons is a hidden portal into another world filled with magic. Within the tree there are four kingdoms, each represents a season and has its own ruler. The tree and the world it conceals have existed for hundreds of years and have never been uncovered by anyone from the human world, until now. When Josh, Michael and Beth Lotts catch sight of some mysterious lights and sounds one evening, they are drawn to the edge of the daunting forest near their home where no one dares to go. The Tree of Seasons is a beautiful story of good and evil and a vividly imagined portrait of a world beyond our own.

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A nice book, reminiscent of an Enid Blyton story. Something I'd probably have enjoyed more as a kid but it was still captivating enough to make me read it through. Only real downside was a few obvious mistakes which a good editor should have picked up on! Read full review

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I wish that they would have this book in the United States or on iBooks Read full review

About the author (2011)

Stephen Gately was born in 1976 in Dublin. Together with Ronan Keating, Mikey Graham, Shane Lynch and Keith Duffy, he formed Boyzone who went on to be one of the biggest boybands of all time. Together they enjoyed phenomenal success with over 40 million copies of their albums sold worldwide. In 2000, the band took some time out to concentrate on solo projects and Stephen enjoyed his own top ten hits before taking to the stage and starring in Joseph and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in London's West End. Boyzone were reunited in 2007 and their greatest hits album was released in 2008. Together, the band were working on new material and Stephen was writing this, his first novel when died at his home in Majorca in October 2009.

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