The Spook and his apprentice, Thomas Ward, deal with the dark. Together they rid the county of witches, ghosts, and boggarts. In this third and terrifying instalment in the Wardstone Chronicles, the nights are drawing in and it's time for Tom and his master to move to Anglezarke, the Spook's winter house. Tom has heard it will be a sinister and menacing place, but nothing could fully prepare him for what he finds there. For this house, and indeed the whole of Anglezarke moor, is full of secrets about the Spook's past. Secrets that are about to come to the surface and could wreak havoc on the whole County.
©2011 Joseph Delaney (P)2011 Random House Audio Go
It is a very easily listened to, the characters are easily believed and when my wife drive somewhere we listen to the story.
all of the characters as they all need to be there to make the story.
again all of them/
fear of the coming winter
Just off to buy Book 4
"Winning Third Book"
The third story int he Wardstone Chronicle was as good as the previous ones. As scary and magical as the rest. With new plot development to tantilise and tease. My only complain is that again they get a new narrate to read the story. While Thomas Judd did a sterling job and I really enjoyed his reading of the book, I would have liked consistency with the second and first.
good story and a very good narration. read a few Joseph Delany books as they are set in Preston Blackrod and Adlington close to my home and colleagues. looking forward to downloadimg the next book in the chronical.
"Not as good as earlier in the series"
Reading and writing by numbers, we were willing it to end on a long car journey.
"Good story but recording contain errors"
Good story, well written characters
As title said it reveals the secrets of the spook. After two books you think you know the characters but in this book you will learn about the spook's past.
Yes, I like his performance, especially changing accent
yes, it was supprising to know emotional part of the spook
everything was fine except some recording errors which are in one of the exciting part of the books, sigh
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