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May 6, 2013 / peoplesbookprize

Shiverton Hall By Emerald Fennell

The People’s Book Prize Spring Collection – today’s highlighted book is:

Shiverton Hall By Emerald Fennell

Published by Bloomsbury
ISBN 0978 1408827789
Category Horror
Spring 2013


Arthur Bannister has been unexpectedly offered a place at Shiverton Hall, a school steeped in tales of curses and evil. It is only when a series of strange sightings turn deadly that Arthur realises there is a lot more to the school, and the reason behind his coming there.

Author’s Biography

Emerald Fennell is a young British actor who recently appeared on our screens in Any Human Heart, the adaptation of William Boyd™s bestselling novel. Shiverton Hall is her debut novel which began life as a television script and was carefully crafted into a fear-filled read.


“Shiverton Hall is a well written debut novel, and the author particularly excels at creating an atmosphere of creeping dread.”

“A really enjoyable and shiver inducing tale.”
“Emerald keeps you guessing right up to the very end. Just when you think the worst is over though, she knocks you in the guts and leaves you desperately wanting more.”
 “This is one of those books that you just won’t be able to put down. Even if it means having to hide under the covers in order to get to the end of each page. You will be blown over by its spirit, dazzled by the horror and hooked by its tale, this book will spirit you away!”
Price: £6.99

Once again thank you for your comments and for making The People’s Book Prize “a truly democratic book prize decided exclusively by the public”

Peoples Book Prize

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Patron:  Frederick Forsyth CBE

Founding Patron:  Dame Beryl Bainbridge DBE



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