The Demons of Ghent
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The Demons of Ghent

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Veerle has moved to Ghent to start a new life with her father and his girlfriend, she's isolated and alone. But not as alone as she had thought...Veerle recognises a familiar face in the crowds one day, a face connected to a past that she has been fighting to get over, a past that involved murder. A spate of deaths hit the city but has Death followed Veerle to Ghent or is this something new?show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 480 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 30mm | 337g
  • Random House Children's Publishers UK
  • Corgi Childrens
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0552566764
  • 9780552566766
  • 597,612

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"Dark, atmospheric writing ... briliantly controlled tension'" Daily Mail "The perfect book ... heart-stoppingly scary" Bookwitch "Captivating from the first page ... [Grant] is a first-class storyteller, and her books are thrillers that actually thrill" Young Post "Make[s] the kind of breathtaking journey I wanted to begin again the moment I'd finished" Awfully Big Reviewsshow more

About Helen Grant

Helen Grant is a highly acclaimed YA author. Her debut novel attractied praise from critics and readers alike and was shortlisted for the CILIP Carnegie Medal. Born in London in 1964, Helen showed an early leaning towards the arts after being told off for writing stories under the desk during maths lessons. She went on to read Classics at St Hugh's College, Oxford, and then worked in marketing for ten years to fund her love of travelling before returning to writing. Helen now lives near Brussels with her husband, her two children and their two cats.show more

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People are falling from the rooftops of Ghent. But did they throw themselves off - or did somebody push them? Veerle has seen enough death to last a lifetime. But death isn't finished with Veerle just yet. When people start to die in her new home town, some put it down to a spate of suicides. Some blame the legendary Demons of Ghent. Only Veerle suspects that soemthing - somebody - has followed her to wreak his vengeance. But she watched the hunter die, didn't she? PRAISE FOR HELEN GRANT: 'Grant has established herself as a major talent . . . this menacing story of stalking and murder simply confirms that' Daily Mail 'For something so chilling, it is terrifc entertainment' Sunday Timesshow more

Review Text

"Dark, atmospheric writing . . . briliantly controlled tension'"show more

Rating details

37 ratings
4.08 out of 5 stars
5 32% (12)
4 54% (20)
3 5% (2)
2 5% (2)
1 3% (1)
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