Books suitable for young adults, containing no strong language or sexual scenes.
The first in The Firelighters trilogy introduces us to Felix Spark. On her sixteenth birthday, Felix leaves the orphanage she has lived in her whole life, armed with just a library card and her baby blanket. She heads for the magisty of London, ruled by magician Corbin Godspell to search for the truth about the death of her parents.
The first of Betty's Jonny Greeneyes novels introduces us to Jonny, a widowed dad, and his mates: Skirt chasing Marc, tiny cigar chewing Bernie and wizened drunken Hugh.
A simple story about spending a few days up the mountain with the people you love. The fun really starts when you discover that not everyone in your life is who or what you always thought they were. David Freeman thought that he would surprise everyone with a visit, he was wrong but they sure as hell ended up surprising him!
Merry meet! Young witch Jinny Lane adopts a beautiful black cat named Jet Jupiter Splinters and so begins their adventures with fellow witches Miss Riz and Miss Lou. A local resident causes trouble in the neighbourhood and the 3 witches retaliate with the help of some faeries....
A journey is on the cards for Miss' Jinny, Lou and Riz and off they go in a borrowed campervan. Along the way they collect a few more pets, lots of Tunnock's Teacakes, a curse or 2 and some shadow cutters.
Both books are guaranteed to have you rolling with laughter!
Spine-tingling Gothic Victorian horror writer Peach Berry brings you tales of the devil, along with a soul collector and a 'house of screaming skulls'.