Nina Blazon was born in 1969 and grew up in Neu-Ulm, a Bavarian town near the Danube. She studied German literature and Slavic languages and taught at the universities of Tuebingen and Saarbruecken. She started writing during a work placement in journalism and worked for many years in an advertising agency. She has written many children's books and was awarded the Wolfgang Holbein Prize for her fantasy debut. Today Nina Blazon works in Stuttgart as a freelance journalist, author and advertising copywriter. She lives in Stuttgart.
Pointed fangs gleamed in the torchlight, and empty eye sockets glared. A tall, wiry boy in a wolf mask stepped up to Blanka, and another figure in a dark-green priest's robe and an iron mask stood beside him. How long had these two been lurking in the forest?
Category: Fiction 13+
Publisher: Allen & Unwin