Bonechiller by Graham McNamee, Andrew Nolan
  

Synopsis

Bonechiller by Graham McNamee, Andrew Nolan

'Even here, at the end of the world, nightmares always track you down.' To Danny, small town life is deadly dull...Until his school mate disappears naked and delirious into the snow one night, never to be seen again. It turns out, it's not the first time this has happened. There's something out there in the dark and now it's waiting for him. Fear has a face...and it's watching. Small town life is no longer dull, just deadly...

Reviews

'a gripping read...an exciting, engaging and occasionally frightening book for older teenagers' - Books for Keeps 'Pretty damn scary and all too real ... This is a terrific tale with great young characters battling a fantastic cunning monster only they can see. Bonechiller is perfect bedtime reading but better check under the bed and lock the door whilst you're at it!'

About the Author

Graham McNamee grew up in Toronto and now lives in Vancouver. He has worked in bookshops, libraries, a book-binding factory and, of course, a Lost Property office! He is extremely shy and his hobbies are drawing and photography.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
352 pages

Author

Graham McNamee, Andrew Nolan
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Publisher

Hodder Children's Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Books

Publication date

5th March 2009

ISBN

9780340882191


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