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Publisher's Summary

Jackson is always eager to visit his aunt Sarah at her anthropological digs. This time she's in England, at Stonehenge, and Jackson's particularly excited to see the massive and mysterious stone formations in person. But then he sees a young man viciously attacked and witnesses a similar savage attack on his beloved aunt Sarah. A beast no one has ever seen before is on the prowl and Jackson must rush to stop it before it can kill again. Can he solve the mystery of the inhuman monster that is stalking the countryside - before it's too late?

©1995 Paul Zindel (P)2009 Graymalkin Media

Critic Reviews

“Even reluctant readers won’t be able to put this one down.” ( Booklist)
"[T]he intriguing premise and suspenseful, fast-paced action will surely please readers who like horror stories with a bit more substance than the latest Pike or Stine." ( School Library Journal)

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loved it

this book was great. A little creepy and I loved the monster. I've listen to it twice all ready.

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Favorite for years.

Loved the series since I was a kid. Started out with loch and have been reading them every time I could get my hands on them. Very easy to reread.