Dan can see ghosts. See then, speak to them, and sometimes help them…for a price. In his third adventure, poltergeist activity is plaguing one of London’s tallest, oddest buildings, the Shard. Dan must try to fight off an enraged spirit and a very much alive fraudulent medium, while saving a little girl, working out what his ghostly sidekick is hiding from him and not plummeting to his death. Some of those things will be easier than others. An exciting, funny urban fantasy with a dark gothic twist.
This is a fun, pacy read. …The gripping plot and wacky characters will appeal to weak and confident readers alike. * The School Librarian * this ghostly urban fantasy is a great, fast read for 11+ readers. * Aquila * This is a fun, pacy read. …The dialogue is funny and engaging…The gripping plot and wacky characters will appeal to weak and confident readers alike. * School Librarian *
About the Author
Thomas Taylor studied illustration at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. His first commissioned work was the cover illustration for a then unknown book called Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J. K. Rowling. Since then Thomas has written and illustrated many children’s picture books, and is now writing fiction for older readers for A&C Black and Chicken House. ‘