Thirteen Days of Midnight: Book 1 - Thirteen Days of Midnight trilogy (Paperback)
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Thirteen Days of Midnight: Book 1 - Thirteen Days of Midnight trilogy (Paperback)

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A thrilling supernatural adventure: dark, funny, with twists at every turn. Shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Prize 2016.

When Luke Manchett's estranged father dies suddenly, he leaves his son a dark inheritance. Luke has been left in charge of his father's ghost collection: eight restless spirits. They want revenge for their long enslavement, and in the absence of the father, they're more than happy to take his son. It isn't fair, but you try and reason with the vengeful dead.

Halloween, the night when the ghosts reach the height of their power, is fast approaching. With the help of school witchlet Elza Moss, and his cowardly dog Ham, Luke has just thirteen days to uncover the closely guarded secrets of black magic, and send the unquiet spirits to their eternal rest. The alternative doesn't bear thinking about.

Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
ISBN: 9781408337462
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 340 g
Dimensions: 198 x 130 x 32 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
An exciting read ... thrilling and spooky * The Week Junior *
With well-drawn characters, some truly creepy ghouls, and entertaining banter, this is a self-assured debut that's as funny as it is terrifying * Publishers Weekly *
Luke's narration is both disarming and amusing. A sprightly, original story with good twists. * Kirkus *
Thirteen Days of Midnight is the most entertaining and original fantasy or paranormal young adult novel I've read in a long time * Addicted to Media *
Thirteen Days of Midnight is a great debut. It's confident and enthusiastic in its storytelling and the first person, present tense telling gives it a real sense of immediacy. It has relatable central characters and an entertaining supporting cast. It's chilling at times and funny at others. Great stuff, and I recommend it. * The Bookbag *
13 Days of Midnight is an awesome and wickedly imaginative YA urban fantasy book that now has a permanent place on my Keeper Shelf. It's a fun adventure that'll hook you in right away and keep you glued to the page until you reach the thrilling end. -- Yolanda Stefsos * Yolanda Stefsos *

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“Brilliantly British Ghouls and Ghosts! !”

A fantastic debut from Leo Hunt filled with mystery, madness and the macabre!

The ghosts are fantastic. Each of their personalities and differences constantly cause conflict and humour and help to guide the plot... More

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