Wolven The Twilight Circus by Di Toft

Wolven The Twilight Circus

Written by Di Toft
Part of the Wolven Series

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Having spent the summer dodging mutant werewolves and barking-mad scientists, Nat Carver and Woody, his shape-shifting friend, have joined the Twilight Circus of Illusion before going in search of Woody's long-lost clan. But instead the boys are caught up in a thrilling new adventure, the second in the Wolven series.


Wolven The Twilight Circus by Di Toft

The boys are set against the forces of evil in the guise of a black widow vampire and her terrifying hive.

About the Author

Di Toft

Di Toft was born in the black and white olden days of 1958, in Watford, Herts. A move to Somerset ten years later reinforced her love of the countryside and animals.

Di lives in Somerset with her husband and daughter; her grown up son lives in London. Sharing the house is Dave, a dog so large, he can actually be seen from space on Google Earth.

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368 pages


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Chicken House Ltd

Publication date

3rd May 2010




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