Lockwood & Co: The Hollow Boy: Book 3 - Lockwood & Co. (Paperback)Jonathan Stroud (author)
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Lockwood & Co. might be the smallest (some might say shambolic) Psychic Detection Agency in London. But its three agents - Lockwood, Lucy and George - are exceptional Talents. And they get results. When an outbreak of ghostly phenomena grows to terrifying levels in Chelsea, Scotland Yard is left baffled.
Even more baffling is that Lockwood & Co appear to have been excluded from the huge team of Agents investigating the Chelsea Outbreak. Surely this is the perfect chance for them to show once and for all that they're actually the best in town? Well, that's if they can put aside their personal differences for long enough to march into action with their rapiers, salt and iron . . .
Ghouls and spectres, thrills and tension in this third instalment in Jonathan Stroud's bestselling series.
'Stroud is a genius' - Rick Riordan, author of the Percy Jackson series.
Publisher: Penguin Random House Children's UK
Number of pages: 448
Weight: 309 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 27 mm
Publication of a new Lockwood and Co. adventure must qualify as one of the literary events of the year. Jonathan Stroud not only writes like a dream, he creates some of the most inventive, most exciting storylines around. -- Andrea Reece * LoveReading *
Brilliant as ever. * Spectator *
I enjoyed it so much, I hope there will be yet another book soon to follow in this fabulously told series. * Amazed Earthling, with Guardian Children's Books *
I love this series so much, the characters are funny . . . the ghosts are awesome. * An Awful Lot of Reading *
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“Fantastic! Keep your salt and iron close-by.”
I cannot recommend this book highly enough - wish there were more stars to give.
Interesting developed characters, both male and female protagonists, exciting storyline, ghosts and ghoulies abound. I can't wait... More
“Supernatural meets Sherlock”
I love the concept of this world, it's a great What if? book. Ghosts are real, only children can see them therefore only children can protect the people of Britain, so, armed with rapiers and salt bombs the... More
“An absolutely fantastic read”
When grown-ups can't see ghosts it is children who have to be the ghost hunters. This is a sometimes terrifying, always gripping tale which will leave you wanting more.
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