• Some chilling moments . . . An emotional framework beyond the supernatural without being too frightening

    The Times
  • Highly ingenious and intriguing . . . A clear, lively style, well-caught speech and a deep understanding of the way children think and feel make this a worthy successor to such novels as The Ghost Dog and My Friend's a Werewolf. Which means it will be very popular and a certainty for every library

    The School Librarian

Strictly Necessary


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