The Ghost Tree

The Ghost Tree

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction, Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy , Graphic Novels & Graphic Non-Fiction
Paperback Published on: 08/09/2020
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The Ghost Tree
Creepy, Sinister and Brilliant!
I cannot tell you how much I LOVE this book and I am very grateful for the free copy I received from the publishers in exchange for a honest review. A perf... READ MORE
Steven at Bluewater
The Ghost Tree
Outstanding
From the off set this book had me hooked. It was so eerily creepy and intense. The more i read the more i needed to know but I didn't want it to end. I hig... READ MORE
CarlyM
The Ghost Tree
Outstanding
From the off set this book had me hooked. It was so eerily creepy and intense. The more i read the more i needed to know but I didn't want it to end. I hig... READ MORE
CarlyM

Synopsis

A brand-new chilling horror novel from the bestselling author of Alice and Lost Boy When the bodies of two girls are found torn apart in her hometown, Lauren is surprised, but she also expects that the police won't find the killer. After all, the year before her father's body was found with his heart missing, and since then everyone has moved on. Even her best friend, Miranda, has become more interested in boys than in spending time at the old ghost tree, the way they used to when they were kids.So when Lauren has a vision of a monster dragging the remains of the girls through the woods, she knows she can't just do nothing. Not like the rest of her town. But as she draws closer to answers, she realizes that the foundation of her seemingly normal town might be rotten at the centre. And that if nobody else stands for the missing, she will.

  • Publisher: Titan Books Ltd
  • ISBN: 9781785659799
  • Number of pages: 320
  • Dimensions: 198 x 130 mm

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The Ghost Tree
Another great book from Christina Henry
The Ghost Tree is an eerie supernatural mystery set in a small American town in the 1980s. When the dismembered bodies of two teenage girls show up in an e... READ MORE
Sophie  Rockey
The Ghost Tree
the prefect blend of the mundane, growing out of friendships, clashes with neighbours etc. with creepy woods, witchy vibes & gore!
It is really hard to describe the brilliance of this book. On the surface, it is a 1980’s set small town gore/horror, very Stephen King or Stranger things ... READ MORE
Fiona Robertson
The Ghost Tree
Genuinely chilling folk horror
I'm grateful to the publisher for an advance e-copy of The Ghost Tree via NetGalley to consider for review. Christina Henry is one of my favourite fantasy... READ MORE
Blue Book Balloon
The Ghost Tree
‘There were cracks in the molding that surrounded the town’
This is the first book I’ve read by Henry. The small town of Smiths Hollow had me hooked. The Ghost Tree is a coming of age story that touches on loss and ... READ MORE
Sadie
The Ghost Tree
Eerie small town mystery with heaps of suspense
I received this digital copy in exchange for an honest review, thanks Titan Books! We’re starting spooky month a little early this year, and I was very ha... READ MORE
Nia Jones
The Ghost Tree
Great small town vibes with a choppy plot
There was a lot to like here, but ultimately I thought it was a little too predictable and there were too many floating plot points that never got resolved... READ MORE
Laura Newsholme
The Ghost Tree
Ghost Story in a creepy cursed town 80's setting
I received an eArc for review I have always enjoyed Christina Henry's books, I think she has such an interesting way of writing. The Ghost Tree was a good... READ MORE
Kayleigh Woodland
The Ghost Tree
An enjoyable read.
*I received an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to Titan Books and NetGalley* Teenager Lauren lives in the town of Smith's Hollo... READ MORE
Jessica Watkins
The Ghost Tree
A new classic horror
What a cracking thrilling horror story. It feels like a young Stephen King has paid us a visit. Slightly gory, but never gratuitously so. The story centres... READ MORE
T Edwards