Ghostcloud

by Michael Mann (author)

Suitable for 10 - 12 years

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Product description

‘A superbly inventive and magical debut’ Piers Torday

‘Beautifully written and filled with unforgettable characters … a diamond of a book’ Ross MacKenzie

‘Utterly original, thrilling, strange and cracking good fun … every chapter is packed full of wild imagination’ Liz Hyder

Catch the wind. Find your freedom.

A riveting, magical adventure set deep underneath a richly reimagined London for 9+ readers.

Kidnapped and forced to shovel coal underneath a half-bombed, blackened power station, 12-year-old Luke’s life is miserable. Then, he discovers he can see things others can’t. Ghostly things. Specifically, a ghost-girl named Alma. Alma, who can ride clouds through the night sky and bend their shape to her will, befriends Luke. And with Alma’s help, Luke discovers he is in fact a rare being – half-human and half-something else …

Then Luke learns the terrible truth of why children are being kidnapped and forced to work in the power station, and he becomes even more desperate to escape.

Can Luke find out who he really is … and find his freedom?

A riveting, magical adventure set deep underneath a richly reimagined London by exciting debut author Michael Mann.

Product Details

ISBN

9781444959291

Publisher

Hodder Children's Books

Date published

October 7th, 2021

Other details

  • 352 pages

Condition

New

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