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|Format: ||Paperback, 272 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 02 October 2014|
He who pays the piper calls the tune. When Peter and his little sister, Daisy, are evacuated from London to the countryside, they find themselves on an isolated farm in the middle of a treacherous marshland. As Daisy gets drawn deeper into the secrets of their new home, Peter starts to realise that something very sinister is going on. What is that music they can hear at night? And who are the children dancing to it?
A chilling new ghost story set in the Second World War, perfect for Halloween.
A chilling new ghost story set in the Second World War.
About the Author
Danny Weston is an author for children and young adults. He runs a writers' workshop in Manchester, where he lives with his girlfriend.
"Wonderfully twisty chiller that's sure to make you want to keep all of the lights on this Halloween" * Scotsman * "Weston's writing is spookily enchanting." * Literary Loves Blog * "Don't miss out on this one, totally creepy and completely brilliant" * Askews & Holts Library Service * "The best spine-tingling, atmospheric tale that I've read for some time. Warning: be prepared to be up all night." * Mr Ripley's Enchanted Books blog * "It quite literally brought me chills while reading it, I had to make sure the window was closed! The mystery kept me fascinated!" * Isobel Read, age 13 (Lovereading) *
Andersen Press Ltd|
19.8 x 12.9 x 1.8 centimetres (0.15 kg)|
10-14 years |