The Town Halloween Forgot: The Curse of Willow Creek

The Town Halloween Forgot The Curse of Willow Creek For fans of Mortal Instruments this story of witches magic and spooky going ons is a perfect addition for any horror fan Sometimes Halloween is all trick and no treat Danny Hallows is no ordinary

  • Title: The Town Halloween Forgot: The Curse of Willow Creek
  • Author: K.A. Hambly
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • For fans of Mortal Instruments, this story of witches, magic, and spooky going ons is a perfect addition for any horror fan Sometimes Halloween is all trick, and no treat Danny Hallows is no ordinary fifteen year old After his parents divorce, he relocates to a small Welsh town called Willow Creek where he accidentally sets off the beginnings of a 600 year old prophecyFor fans of Mortal Instruments, this story of witches, magic, and spooky going ons is a perfect addition for any horror fan Sometimes Halloween is all trick, and no treat Danny Hallows is no ordinary fifteen year old After his parents divorce, he relocates to a small Welsh town called Willow Creek where he accidentally sets off the beginnings of a 600 year old prophecy Discovering his family are related to the last witch of the 1656 witch trials in Wales, he is faced with protecting his family s legacy and saving Halloween from the dark sorceress Morwenna, who is hell bent on revenge for what Danny s great grandmother did to her all those years ago Can Danny stop the prophecy before it s too late

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    1. If you want atmosphere, spookiness and magic then this is the book for you. An excellent read from start to finish and a surefire page turner that takes you into a new world that has been expertly created by its author. Whilst being a book, the story very much reads as if it is a ready made screenplay for a film which is all the better for it because it makes it easy to imagine the characters, settings and situations as they come alive in your head as you read. The story is very much in the grea [...]

    2. I read this when it was free for the kindle, which was great because I wouldn't want to waste my money paying for it! I haven't read such utter rubbish for a long time. It was a series of chaotic and idiotic events played out one after the other by characters so wooden you could saw them in half! It wasn't in the least bit scary and I suggest if anyone has to endure it, it may be best enjoyed by Young Adult readers. One to avoid at all costs. Unworthy of even my 1 star rating.

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