The Girl, the Ghost and the Lost Name
Reece Carter, Eleonora Asparuhova
“A spooky, funny, magical and atmospheric adventure with a compelling hero you will adore. ” Jessica Townsend, New York Times bestselling author of Nevermoor
Maybe some ghosts enjoy walking through walls and being invisible – not me. I never asked to be a kid ghost.
With no memory of the kid she was before she was taken by the Witches, Corpse is bound to haunt the rock-that-doesn’t-exist for ever.
Until she learns of a treasure, one that can reunite Corpse with her family and her name. She must set off for answers, on a journey across the stormy sea, battling magic, zombie-skeletons and monsters. But the Witches want the treasure too.
And they’ll do anything to get to it first.
Welcome to Elston-Fright, a forgotten town where witches lurk, sea monsters roam and a girl is on the hunt for answers…
The Girl, the Ghost and the Lost Name is ghoulishly charming! A spooky, funny, magical and atmospheric adventure with a compelling hero you will adore. The Girl, the Ghost and the Lost Name feels like a worthy successor to Coraline by way of The Witches, with a creepy, comic touch of Round the Twist for good measure. I loved it. * Jessica Townsend, New York TImes bestselling author of the Nevermoor series. *
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