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The Final Nightmare

Written by Rodman Philbrick, Lynn Harnett

Part of the The House on Cherry Street Series

The Final Nightmare Synopsis

Two children face the terrors of a house that wants them dead Can Jason and Sally survive the evil spirits in the house on Cherry Street until their parents return? Jason looks for clues to the house's mysterious history-especially the accidental fall that killed Bobby, the ghost who still fears his terrifying nanny and whose body was never found. Maybe if Jason and his sister can right the wrongs of the past, the house will no longer be haunted. But that means they'll have to go back inside . . . The Final Nightmare is the concluding book of the chilling House on Cherry Street trilogy from prolific wife-and-husband coauthors Lynn Harnett and Rodman Philbrick, the Newbery Honor Award-winning author of Freak the Mighty.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781504051422
Publication date: 12th April 2018
Author: Rodman Philbrick, Lynn Harnett
Publisher: Open Road Media Teen & Tween an imprint of Open Road Media
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 156 pages

About Rodman Philbrick, Lynn Harnett

Rodman Philbrick grew up on the coast of New Hampshire and has been writing since the age of sixteen. For a number of years he published mystery and suspense fiction for adults. Brothers & Sinners won the Shamus Award in 1994, and two of his other detective novels were nominees. In 1993 his debut young adult novel, Freak the Mighty, won numerous honors, and in 1998 was made into the feature film The Mighty, starring Sharon Stone and James Gandolfini. Freak the Mighty has become a standard reading selection in thousands of classrooms worldwide, and there are more than three million copies in print. ...

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