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May 26, 2016 / peoplesbookprize

The People’s Book Prize – Spring Collection – Children – “The Tragickall History of Henry Fowst” By Griselda Heppel

i1377-fsThe Tragickall History of Henry Fowst By Griselda Heppel

Published by Matador
ISBN 9781784623043
Spring 2016

Synopsis

In the shadows of Walton Hall a demon lurks. His name: Mephistopheles. In 1586, 12-year-old John Striven struck a bargain with in return for help against his murderous foster brother, but Mephistopheles’ plan to trap the boy went wrong. Now, he needs another soul to call on him…

Author’s Biography

Griselda Heppel read English at Cambridge and worked in publishing for a few years before moving to Oxford with her husband to bring up their four children.

Reviews

“Griselda Heppel is a born storyteller. Your children will love her books and, to be honest, so will you.”
The Wishing Shelf Book Awards
“An absorbing read. Griselda’s writing is full of tiny observations that add up to a believable world. Highly recommended.”
Child-led Chaos

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