Loading.....


The Whitby Child (The Whitby Witches, #3) by Robin Jarvis Online



The Whitby Child (The Whitby Witches, #3)

The Whitby Child (The Whitby Witches, #3)

  • Title: The Whitby Child (The Whitby Witches, #3)
  • Author:
  • Rating:
  • ISBN : 9780340788707
  • Format : Paperback
  • Language : English
  • Page :


In the depth of the night, a dark shape rises from Whitby s harbour and crawls along the deserted streets, leaving a trail of slime in it s wake As Ben murmurs fitfully in his sleep, two glittering clusters of eyes stare keenly at the sleeping boyAlong the windswept Whitby shore, Nelda the aufwader nurses a terrible secret It is only a question of time before she must In the depth of the night, a dark shape rises from Whitby s harbour and crawls along the deserted streets, leaving a trail of slime in it s wake As Ben murmurs fitfully in his sleep, two glittering clusters of eyes stare keenly at the sleeping boyAlong the windswept Whitby shore, Nelda the aufwader nurses a terrible secret It is only a question of time before she must reveal the truthAs Alice Boston lies paralysed by illness in her Whitby home, the ghost of a long dead friend appears before her to warn of a great and impending dangerThis is the third enthralling book in the Whitby series


Author Robin Jarvis

Robin Jarvis born May 8, 1963 is a British children s novelist, who writes fantasy novels, often about anthropomorphic rodents and small mammals especially mice and Tudor times A lot of his works are based in London, in and around Deptford and Greenwich where he used to live, or in Whitby.His first novel The Dark Portal, featuring the popular Deptford Mice was the runner up for the Smar




The Whitby Child (The Whitby Witches, #3) Reviews (14)

  • I didn t love this end to the series Despite its tendency to be quite dark, this wasn t so much dark as it was hopelessly wrapped in despair. [..]

  • Creepy artwork again and none of the characters looked like their descriptions, which was a disservice I didn t like Aunt Alice one bit in this book She was all kinds of unconcerned about everyone Although there were plenty of creepy twists, the ending was satisfying Still, this book series is reall [..]

  • Phenomenal finale to the original Whitby trilogy.It s a strange mix I find it s like an episode of Heartbeat combined with a 70s occult themed horror movie and all of this aimed at young readers But first and foremost, the story wins out because of Robin Jarvis eye for character and ruthlessly addic [..]

  • A very boring, horrible story It s gross too but this makes no impact on the reader You feel apathetic and don t really care what happens It s also a quick fix at the end that s completely unbelievable Jarvis is just relying on his old tricks again Very disappointing. [..]

  • I can t lie, I loved Robin Jarvis books that any other.My mum was very, very strict about what I watched on tv but she let me read whatever I felt I could understand, something I will always appreciate.I remembered the cover vividly, I remember her holding it up in a bookshop and me trying to expla [..]

  • Next Reviews ↠


Books Related with The Whitby Child (The Whitby Witches, #3) by Robin Jarvis


thebestbooks.co is in no way intended to support illegal activity. We uses Search API to find the overview of books over the internet, but we don't host any files. All document files are the property of their respective owners, please respect the publisher and the author for their copyrighted creations. If you find documents that should not be here please report them. Read our DMCA Policies and Disclaimer for more details.