A perfectly spooky read for middle-grade dog lovers.
Sometimes man's best friend is loyal for life... and beyond!
Lucas Trainer has just moved to the middle of nowhere -- a town called Hounds Hollow, where ghostly dogs prowl at night. At first, he's terrified by the nightly apparitions. But as he slowly uncovers the mystery behind the town, he learns that a ghost dog's bark is worse than its bite... and in fact the dogs are protecting the town from an even more terrifying threat.
Spooky, fun, and mysterious, this is author Jeffrey Salane's stand-alone follow-up to the Lawless series, and is perfect for fans of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children... and dog lovers of all stripes.
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.10(d)|
|Age Range:||8 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Jeffrey Salane grew up in Columbia, South Carolina, but moved north to study in Massachusetts and New York City. After spending many years playing in many bands, he now works as an editor and writer, and lives with his family in Brooklyn. Visit him at jeffreysalane.com.
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The Haunting of Hounds Hollow based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Lucas Trainer, the boy with the mysterious lung disease, finds himself leaving his old city life behind to live in the middle of nowhere with nothing interesting about this place… or so it seems. This is the basis for a great book by Jeffrey Salane. When Lucas starts his ride to his late uncle’s old mansion, left to his family in his will, they find themselves lost in the twisting roads of Hound’s Hallow. There he meets Bess, who helps guide him and his family to their new home. No one here seems to have modern technology, and cell phones don’t work as due to the lack of mobile signal. Their new mansion seems to be normal, but something is off. There are ghosts wandering the house. Lucas has to make friends with Bess, and her friend Lens, to uncover the legend of the Beast, a mysterious being wandering Hound’s Hallow. In addition, the town has been having a spike in missing tourists, all are yet to be found. The reason the book had 4 stars was that I feel there could have been more about the exploration of the mansion. Also, when reading the excerpt from the book and Amazon description, it reveals a bit too much about the plot. Overall, I believe this is an amazing book for those who like adventure or mystery. Reviewed by Owen B.,12, East Central Ohio Mensa (ECOM)