more titles from Leo Hunt

Eight Rivers of Shadow (Hardback)
In a high-stakes sequel, reluctant necromancer Luke Manchett must call upon the most wicked and eerie ghosts of his dispelled Host to save two innocent souls.

Eight Rivers of Shadow (EBook)
In a high-stakes sequel, reluctant necromancer Luke Manchett must call upon the most wicked and eerie ghosts of his dispelled Host to save two innocent souls.

Eight Rivers of Shadow (EBook)
In a high-stakes sequel, reluctant necromancer Luke Manchett must call upon the most wicked and eerie ghosts of his dispelled Host to save two innocent souls.

Seven Trees of Stone (EBook)
Just when Luke thinks he’s left Deadside—and Dunbarrow—behind, he finds himself back where it all started as the two worlds violently collide in a riveting finale.

Seven Trees of Stone (EBook)
Just when Luke thinks he’s left Deadside—and Dunbarrow—behind, he finds himself back where it all started as the two worlds violently collide in a riveting finale.

Seven Trees of Stone (Paperback)
Just when Luke thinks he’s left Deadside — and Dunbarrow — behind, he finds himself back where it all started as the two worlds violently collide in a riveting finale.

Seven Trees of Stone (Hardback)
Just when Luke thinks he’s left Deadside—and Dunbarrow—behind, he finds himself back where it all started as the two worlds violently collide in a riveting finale.

Thirteen Days of Midnight (Hardback)
In a devilishly dark and funny debut, a teen finds himself the unwitting beneficiary of eight enslaved and angry ghosts seeking bloody vengeance.

Thirteen Days of Midnight (EBook)
In a devilishly dark and funny debut, a teen finds himself the unwitting beneficiary of eight enslaved and angry ghosts seeking bloody vengeance.

Thirteen Days of Midnight (EBook)
In a devilishly dark and funny debut, a teen finds himself the unwitting beneficiary of eight enslaved and angry ghosts seeking bloody vengeance.

Thirteen Days of Midnight (Paperback)
“Gripping. . . . With well-drawn characters, some truly creepy ghouls, and entertaining banter, this is a self-assured debut that’s as funny as it is terrifying.” — Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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