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The Wildstorm Curse

Paperback / ISBN-13: 9781444963342

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A fabled witch. A powerful curse. A monster out for revenge.

13-year-old Kallie Tamm can’t wait to spend a week of her summer holidays at the Wildstorm Theatre Camp: she’s determined not to let her dyslexia hold her back from achieving her dream of becoming a playwright. The finale of the whole week is a performance in the local village theatre. But as soon as she arrives, Kallie discovers that the cast will be performing a play written by a 17th Century witch, Ellsabet Graveheart, and strange, scary things start happening. Unbeknown to Kallie, a dark shadow is stirring in the woodland near Wildstorm: an ancient and dangerous creature has awoken from a centuries old slumber, and they’re out for revenge, putting Kallie and all of her new friends in grave danger.

The Wildstorm Curse is a thrillingly suspenseful story about unlikely heroes and the power of storytelling, from author of The Bird Singers, Eve Wersocki Morris.

Praise for The Wildstorm Curse

”A cursed theatre, a witch’s play and a warm-hearted heroine determined to follow her dream. I loved this perfectly paced mystery showcasing the magic of storytelling and the power of friendship.’ – A.F. Steadman, author of Skandar and the Unicorn Thief

‘A riveting tale full of secrets, suspense and the power of storytelling. Just beware reading it if camping out in a dark, spooky wood…’ – Jamie Littler, bestselling author of Frostheart

‘Fabulously gripping. I couldn’t put it down.’ – Abi Elphinstone, bestselling author of Sky Song

‘Bewitching and beguiling – The Wildstorm Curse is a heartwarming and spinechilling tale of friendship, bravery, and the intoxicating magic of storytelling. Once you step foot into the Wildstorm Theatre, you’ll never want to leave.’ – Jack Meggitt-Phillips, author of The Beast and the Bethany

‘The Wildstorm Curse is a brilliant, spine-tingling mystery that kept me on the edge of my seat. I would wholeheartedly recommend it!’ – Ewa Jozefkowicz, author of The Dragon in the Bookshop

‘Distinctive, dark and mysterious – a thoroughly intriguing adventure.’ – Katherine Woodfine, author of The Sinclair’s Mysteries