Skip to main content

Posts

Featured

Review - The Ghouls of Howlfar

The Ghouls of Howlfair by Nick Tomlinson





Molly Thompson has lots of questions. Questions like, is her Aunt Carol an undead fiend who drinks the blood of the living? Is she secretly lurking in the attic? And is Molly's friend Lowry a descendant of a long line of Kroglin werewolves?

Serious young historian Molly suspects that the creepy legends about her tourist town of Howlfair are starting to come true. But when her mother bans her from doing any further research, bookworm Molly and her friends - Lowry and guardian-cat Gabriel - become covert monster-hunters to keep Howlfair safe. It seems that someone is secretly trying to summon Howlfair's mythical monsters, and with the election of a new town mayor looming, everything – and everyone – is becoming increasingly suspicious...







The Ghouls of Howlfair is so good!

Really creepy, atmospheric and dark, with fantastic characters, but what really makes it stand out is
Nick Tomlinson's use of language, twisting words and making them …

Latest posts

Blog Tour - Safe House

Review - The Hazel Wood

Blog Tour - Grace-Ella Witch Camp

Review - The First Law Trilogy

Review - Charlie Turns into a T-Rex

Review double bill - Harriet Whitehorn

Blog Tour - International Yeti Collective

Blog Tour - I Looked Away by Jane Corry

Review - Romancing the Page series by Laura Ambrose

Review - The Neighbour by Fiona Cummins