Seven Ghosts

Paperback

The award-winning author of Tales of Terror stirs up old ghosts in this spine-tingling, multi-narrative horror.

Jake and the other finalists in a writing competition have been invited to a stately house for a tour like no other. As their guide leads them through grand rooms, hidden nooks and magnificent grounds, they hear the stories of seven ghosts who haunt the halls. But strange shapes and shadows follow Jake as he journeys through the house and with each tale that Jake hears, he begins to feel more uneasy. All is not as it seems and soon Jake will discover that something is very, very wrong …Old ghosts are stirred-up for Halloween in this spine-tingling, multi-narrative horror. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+

RRP: £7.99

ISBN

978-1-78112-894-7

Publication Date

07-10-2019

Format

Paperback

Pages

144 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

The award-winning author of Tales of Terror stirs up old ghosts in this spine-tingling, multi-narrative horror.

Jake and the other finalists in a writing competition have been invited to a stately house for a tour like no other. As their guide leads them through grand rooms, hidden nooks and magnificent grounds, they hear the stories of seven ghosts who haunt the halls. But strange shapes and shadows follow Jake as he journeys through the house and with each tale that Jake hears, he begins to feel more uneasy. All is not as it seems and soon Jake will discover that something is very, very wrong …Old ghosts are stirred-up for Halloween in this spine-tingling, multi-narrative horror. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+

Author

Chris Priestley, Illustrated by Chris Priestley

Chris Priestley is the author of the critically acclaimed Tales of Terror series, the award-winning novel Mister Creecher, and in 2018, Chris won the Portsmouth Shorter Novel Award for Flesh and Blood. He is most prominently inspired by the tradition of horror stories by authors such as Edgar Allan Poe and Mary Shelley. He lives in Cambridge, where he continues to think up marvellously macabre stories, but he is also a talented artist and illustrator. He illustrates his own material and his cartoons have been published in the Independent as well as other national newspapers.