This heart-pounding mystery-adventure follows three kids who get lost in the woods at night and experience something they cannot quite explain.
Secrets, spies, or maybe even a monster . . . what lies in the heart of the woods? Charlie Noon and Dizzy Heron are determined to find out. When their nemesis, Johnny Baines, plays a prank on them and night falls without warning, all three end up lost in the woods, trapped in a nightmare. Unforeseen dangers and impossible puzzles lurk in the shadows. Like it or not, Charlie and Dizzy must work with Johnny if they are to find a way out. But time can be tricky. . . . What if the night never ends?
About the Author
Christopher Edge grew up in Manchester, England, where he spent most of his childhood in the local library, dreaming up stories. He now lives in Gloucestershire, where he spends most of his time in the local library, dreaming up stories. His novel The Many Worlds of Albie Bright was named a Best Children's Book by the New York Public Library and nominated for the prestigious CILIP Carnegie Medal in the UK, as were The Jamie Drake Equation and The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day. Visit Christopher online at christopheredge.co.uk and on Facebook and follow him on Twitter.
Praise for Christopher Edge middle-grade novels . . .The Jamie Drake Equation
The Many Worlds of Albie Bright
"Reader's will be captivated by Albie's adventures in parallel versions of his own life and intrigued by the science behind his travels." --School Library Journal
"Jamie's first-person narrative will draw readers into the story and surprise them with twists along the way as its space-age realism bends toward science fiction." --Booklist The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day
"A suspenseful yet poignant science fiction novel that deftly weaves scientific theories with the equally complex relationship between two very different sisters." --School Library Journal, Starred Review