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PublisherBarrington Stoke Ltd
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Publication date17th May 2012
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The Curse Box
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Interest age teen. Reading age 8+. A thrilling story of a war between two vampire tribes. A theft in a magic shop sets off an extraordinary chain reaction and Tony is at the heart of it! Tony’s father runs a magic shop. Not joke magic but the real thing and it is Tony who is in charge when the shop gets burgled. As Tony tries to track down the thief and get the box back he gets caught up in a terrifying war from which he may never return alive!
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SynopsisThe Curse Box by E.E. Richardson
Interest age teen. Reading age 8+. Tony works in a magic shop - a real one. He must use all his magical know-how to stop a new war from flaring between rival vampire gangs. Both sides would need more troops, and they'd have to kill hundreds of people to create new vampires. But is it enough? Scary, funny urban fantasy from the author of the fantastic Black Bones. Particularly suitable for reluctant, struggling and dyslexic teen readers.
About The Author
E.E. Richardson is a cybernetics graduate. She wrote her first book when studying at university, and it was published a year later. Her Barrington Stoke titles include Devil for Sale and Grave Dirt, which was long-listed for the Manchester, Birmingham and
Lancashire book awards in 2009. She now lives in Basildon, Essex.
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