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Spotlight: Dread Wood by Jennifer Killick

I’m so happy to bring you all this spotlight today. I was immediately hooked when Dave reached out to me for this blog tour. I really can’t wait until I have the time to get this and finally read it. I’ve heard so many good things throughout this tour

Title: Dread Wood

Author: Jennifer Killick

Published March 31st 2022 by Farshore

Genre: MG horror

Length: 304 pages


Buying Link: Blackwells

The brand new must-read middle-grade novel from the author of super-spooky Crater Lake. Perfect for 9+ fans of R.L.Stine’s Goosebumps

It’s basically the worst school detention ever. When classmates (but not mate-mates) Hallie, Angelo, Gustav and Naira are forced to come to school on a SATURDAY, they think things can’t get much worse. But they’re wrong. Things are about to get seriously scary.

What has dragged their teacher underground? Why do the creepy caretakers keeping humming the tune to Itsy Bitsy Spider? And what horrors lurk in the shadows, getting stronger and meaner every minute …? Cut off from help and in danger each time they touch the ground, the gang’s only hope is to work together. But it’s no coincidence that they’re all there on detention. Someone has been watching and plotting and is out for revenge …

I really can’t wait to read this. Doesn’t it sound so intriguing? And it has gotten very good reviews from the other bloggers on this tour, you should definitely check them out!

Dread Wood certainly feels like the type of book I would read in one sitting because I was glued to the pages so I wanna start it when I actually have the time to do so.

Author Bio

Jennifer Killick is the author of Crater Lake, the Alex Sparrow series, and middle-grade sci-fi adventure Mo, Lottie and the Junkers. She regularly visits schools and festivals, and her books have three times been selected for The Reading Agency’s Summer Reading Challenge. She lives in Uxbridge, in a house full of children, animals and Lego. When she isn’t busy mothering or step-mothering (which isn’t often) she loves to read, write and run, as fast as she can.

Twitter: @JenniferKillick

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