Writers Inspiring Change feature review: Magic Islands: Chaos in the Cosmos
Updated: Jan 31
Magical and amusing read
The Cosmos, Magic Islands by Irene Edwards is another delightful adventure involving magic for people of all ages who enjoy being entertained by imaginary characters with silly names. Interesting and fast moving read. Some places are real, others not. Relaxing time to fantasize about places and characters. Often amusing. A good read.
About Irene Edwards
Irene Edwards is a retired teacher who now writes fantasy fiction for children. As an educator, she taught Primary level in many parts of the UK; London, Essex, Coventry, Midlands, Cardiff, Port Talbot, Swansea and Carmarthenshire. She then qualified as a Teacher of the Deaf at The Lady Spencer Churchill College, Oxford, working at first within unit settings and later moving to peripatetic, for schools and clinics. Knowing how important literature and language was to the structure of speech and language development, on retirement she began to research into the imaginary minds of children and their world of literature and writing.