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Freeks

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Freeks is an atmospheric story of powerful mysteries and dark secrets by Amanda Hocking, author of the phenomenal 'Trylle' trilogy and the Kanin Chronicles. As darkness rises, will Gabe help Mara find the truth? In the spring of 1987, the carnival comes to small-town Caudry, Louisiana. Then events take a dangerous turn. For Mara Beznik, the carnival is home. It's also a place of secrets, hidden powers and a buried past - making it hard to connect with outsiders. However, sparks fly when she meets local boy Gabe Alvarado. As they become inseparable, Mara realizes Gabe is hiding his own secrets. And his family legacy could destroy Mara's world. They find the word 'freeks' sprayed on trailers, as carnival employees start disappearing. Then workers wind up dead, killed in disturbing ways by someone or something. Mara is determined to unlock the mystery, with Gabe's help. But can they really halt this campaign of fear?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 400 pages
  • 130 x 197 x 25mm | 288g
  • Pan MacMillan
  • Pan Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Main Market Ed.
  • 1509807659
  • 9781509807659
  • 2,979

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Generated an excitement not felt in the industry since Stephenie Meyer or perhaps even J. K. Rowling New York Timesshow more

About Amanda Hocking

Amanda Hocking lives in Minnesota, had never sold a book before April 2010 and has now sold her millionth. She is now 'the most spectacular example of an author striking gold through ebooks' according to the Observer. Amanda is an obsessive Tweeter, John Hughes mourner, Batman devotee, Muppets activist and unicorn enthusiast. Her books include the Trylle trilogy and the 'Watersong' series.show more

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Generated an excitement not felt in the industry since Stephenie Meyer or perhaps even J. K. Rowling New York Timesshow more
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