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"What really happened during the Fire of 1966? Go back in time and see the famous trgedy through the eyes of student Henry Grey and history teacher Lorna Evans. Henry's uncle, Principle Grey, is teaching Henry to fight ghosts... but is there something his uncle isn't telling him? Lorna returns to Grey Hills after inheriting her father's house. She also inherits an urn of h"What really happened during the Fire of 1966? Go back in time and see the famous trgedy through the eyes of student Henry Grey and history teacher Lorna Evans. Henry's uncle, Principle Grey, is teaching Henry to fight ghosts... but is there something his uncle isn't telling him? Lorna returns to Grey Hills after inheriting her father's house. She also inherits an urn of her grandfather's ashes, which may contain more than meets the eye."--P. [4] of cover....

Title : What Dread Hand
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ISBN : 9781680760316
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 208 Pages
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What Dread Hand Reviews

  • Ash †Reviews of a FearStreetZombie†
    2019-01-18 23:48

    I think it's safe to say I am addicted to this series. I really loved how this book went back in time and explained a lot of how it all started. It actually reminds me a lot of the Fear Street books by RL Stine. I really liked that this book didn't have as much cussing as the rest but I still stand by the fact still a lot was unnecessary. Also when she threatened her class that if they move, she would wring their necks. Man if a teacher EVER threatened my kids like that she'd never teach again. Any who, I felt this story lacked a bit though. Don't get me wrong, I loved this book. I just feel like it lacked that "umph" that the previous books had. But man that surprise blew me away. I knew it had to be somthing like that but it still shocked the heck out of me. I really can't wait to read the next book and see where it takes everything.

  • Rianna Priest
    2019-01-04 21:02

    Not nearly as interesting as the first two books, at least in my opinion. But it definitely provides more insight about the history of the town of Grey Hills its residents.