The Crowfield Curse (Paperback)
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The Crowfield Curse (Paperback)

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Paperback 320 Pages
Published: 04/01/2010

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It's 1347 and fifteen-year-old Will, an orphan boy, lives at Crowfield Abbey. Sent into the forest to gather wood, he rescues instead, a creature from a trap - a hob, who shares with Will a terrible secret. Somewhere in the forest behind the abbey where he lives, is a grave. And buried deep in the snow is an angel. But how can an angel die? What has it to do with the monks of the Abbey? When two hooded strangers arrive at Crowfield asking questions about the angel's grave. Will is drawn into a world of dangerous Old Magic. The Crowfield Feather was short-listed for the Times Children's Fiction Competition in 2008. This is a stunning debut novel and the first of a two part series.

Publisher: Chicken House Ltd
ISBN: 9781906427153
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 250 g
Dimensions: 198 x 130 x 23 mm

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“The Crowfield Curse by Pat Walsh”

I read this in one (and extremely rare) sitting - I just couldn't put it down. I love historical fiction anyway, but this was mixed with a slight paranormal twist and was exciting! The Hob absolutely captured me... More

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Teresa Majury

“Junior Name of the Rose?”

Targetted at the 9-12 age group, this is a very engaging read suitable for all ages. It is 1347 and our narrator, 15 year old William, is taken in by the monks at Crowfield Abbey when his parents perish in a fire... More

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“Page Turner...”

I feel that Walsh has tried to follow the same lines of Joseph Delaney without copying and spoiling either writers work. This book is a real page turner; at first I thought more suitable for young readers however... More

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