When Nat Carver meets Woody, a strange and rather smelly mutt, his life changes for ever.
Woody is the last of his kind, a shapeshifting Wolven thought only to exist in legend.
Then Nat discovers Woody has been smuggled out from a deadly science project and some very bad guys want him back. Dark, thrilling and funny, join Nat, Woody and some real werewolves in this howlingly hairy adventure.
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The Wolven Trilogy
Praise for Wolven
Waterstone's Books Quarterly:
"A brilliant read that mixes sinister technological thrills with chilling lore."
Love Reading for Kids:
"Fast and funny, it's sure to wow readers of all ages!"
Kirkus Starred Review:
"Briskly folds magic and slapstick into a madcap scramble."
THINGS ARE GETTING HAIRY
Now a fugitive, Nat Carver flees from England to be reunited with his Wolven friend Woody at the Twilight Circus of Illusion in Paris.
Nat is thrilled to catch up with some old friends, but the boys are far from safe. With special agent Alex Fish on their tail from the Night Shift organisation and evidence to suggest an old enemy is on the loose, children start to go missing.
Join Nat and Woody as they face a new foe, an evil black widow vampire.
Click on the candle in the parlour to see Di read a chapter from the book. Be warned though - there's a horrible surprise at the end. Click if you dare!
Bad Wolf Rising is the third and final book in the trilogy and by far the scariest.
Secrets and lies bring Nat and Woody closer to finding out the truth about themselves.
Battling with Night Shift to stop the worst monster EVER, they unearth the final mystery and ultimately their own destinies.
Join Pye and Suki for the adventure of a lifetime! There’s a very thin line between magick and chaos, and Pye always promised himself he would never dabble with the stuff. But when he returns home after two years away at sea, he’s shocked to discover that dark magick is on the rise and the country is plagued by rats.
While the witch finders are feared in four counties and the bones of witches and their feline familiars line the highways, cats like Pye are hunted down, accused of conspiring with demons. When an unspeakable tragedy forces him to run for his life, his journey takes him deeper into danger when he’s attacked by a coven of hellcats and left for dead.
Mortally wounded, Pye is discovered by Suki Silverthorne, a girl whose unpredictable magickal gifts and powerful bloodline make her both dangerous and vulnerable. Suki already harbours another fugitive, Hodge, a crusty old tabby, who insists that Pye and Suki’s meeting was no coincidence, their destinies bound together by the ancient feline prophesy; ‘Diamonds and Fire.’
When Malachi the Black, the demon-dealing head of the hellcat coven conjures a wave of bewitchments that terrorises the peaceful hamlet of Brue, the finger of accusation points at Suki, and Dolly Crossbones, the corrupt witch finder is summoned.
Pye is forced to learn more about his part in the prophesy if he is to save Suki from the noose, and at the same time fight for his own survival. On their perilous journey, the friends strive to prove to the humans where the real evil lies, and stop Malachi from making the final sacrifice.