• Title: The Demon of Devilgate Drive (Skeleton Cove Horror Book 1)
  • Author: Colin Garrow
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Demon of Devilgate Drive Skeleton Cove Horror Book A murder in Nightmare Alley A missing boy A demon on the loose On the hunt for the elusive Jimmy Brick year old Jeff and his pal Suzi find than they bargained for at Harry McSpawn s pool hall But
    A murder in Nightmare Alley A missing boy A demon on the loose On the hunt for the elusive Jimmy Brick, 12 year old Jeff and his pal Suzi find than they bargained for at Harry McSpawn s pool hall But it s a mysterious business card that gets Jeff wondering what it is that Jimmy has got himself into Haunted by a series of nightmares, Jeff sets out to discover exa A murder in Nightmare Alley A missing boy A demon on the loose.On the hunt for the elusive Jimmy Brick, 12 year old Jeff and his pal Suzi find than they bargained for at Harry McSpawn s pool hall But it s a mysterious business card that gets Jeff wondering what it is that Jimmy has got himself into Haunted by a series of nightmares, Jeff sets out to discover exactly what s going on in Skeleton Cove, and why the long dead Nathaniel Darke is still exerting his malevolent influence over the town THE DEMON OF DEVILGATE DRIVE is book 1 in this scary adventure series If you like Goosebumps, you ll love Skeleton Cove Download your copy or buy the paperback version of The Demon of Devilgate Drive now Just scroll to the top of the page and select BUY to start your adventure today

    One Reply to “The Demon of Devilgate Drive (Skeleton Cove Horror Book 1)”

    1. The Demon of Devilgate Drive was the second book I’ve read by this author and I immediately started reading a third, so I obviously enjoy Colin Garrow’s work. This book might have been meant for younger readers, as the main characters, Jeff and Suzi, are only twelve, yet even someone of my advanced years can appreciate the author’s endearing wit, and infectious enthusiasm for telling a cracking, sometimes disturbingly scary tale. Maybe I’m entering my second childhood, but The Demon of D [...]

    2. The Demon of Devil Gate Drive has an engaging, fast paced narration such that you actually place your self in Jeff's corner.The book will hold you and draw you into the world where an innocent quest to help a mate turns into a nightmare.An almost invincible Demon with an axe to grind is Jeff's nemesis. But what's a Demon when you have your best pal by your side?What is the dark past that haunts the town? Will Jeff find the answers he seeks or are they buried beyond his reach?To find out if Jeff [...]

    3. 'The Demon of Devilgate Drive' is another great story by Colin Garrow. It's my third book I've read by this wonderful author. This time, the protagonist is a boy, Jeff, who, together with his pal Suzi, goes looking for a school pal named Jimmy. Jimmy is often 'missing' from school, but this time it's different. Jeff and Suzi seem to stay ahead of police investigations and stumble upon a dead body. But is he really dead? Did Jeff hear the dead man talk? More than one 'mysterious' occurrence happe [...]

    4. Colin Garrow should be commended for his ability to write a children's story that not only entertains adults, but will keep the most reluctant reader glued to the pages. His fast-paced story, The Demon of Devilgate Drive with twists and turns in every chapter, keeping the reader guessing right to the very end, is an art few writers manage to achieve. Garrow does it effortlessly. This is a Robert Stine's Goosebumps meets Enid Blyton's Secret Seven or Secret Five but with a cast of two children ra [...]

    5. Hell hath no fury like the demon of Skeleton CoveCracking adventure yarn set in the creepily named town of Skeleton Cove, where street names have devilish names. Teenage pals Jeff and Suzi set out to find a missing school mate and get drawn into a game of cat and mouse with the mysterious and terrifying Demon of Devil Gate Drive. The author skilfully creates his imaginary town that seems loosely based on a northern seaside town in the seventies - definitely pre-internet and mobile phones. Echoes [...]

    6. Spooky Tale for all ages except the very young onesI was checking through my unread books for something to read and came across this one. This story sucked me in from the beginning. I loved the creepy names of streets and places. This book has all the ingredients for a bone chilling camp fire story- dead bodies, graveyard, skulls, kidnapping and two student on the trail of a mystery in their town.

    7. Spooky and fun!Loved this. Colin has written a wonderful start to this series. The protagonists are just a little too curious for their own good, but who isn't when they're young? If you like mysteries, in the vein of goosebumps, this will be the series for you.

    8. I really enjoyed reading this book. It is fantastic for older children and teenagers. It's also great for adults who love a good scary mystery. I'm looking forward to the second book.

    9. If you enjoy YA novels you will love this. I know you hear it all the time, but I honestly couldn't put this one down. Great character development (written from Jeff's POV), the dialogue is witty and captivating, I literally laughed out loud at the exchange with Mrs Brick (We're lucky it's Friday, she put her teeth back in !), and a great plot. Suitable for all ages, but especially us adults that don't want to grow up. Loved the author's humour.

    10. The hunt for missing Jimmy Brick takes young Jeff and Suzi on an exciting adventure of thrills and scares that kept me guessing right to the finale. Laced with a sassy humour, and filled with inventive 70s references and likeable characters, this is a thoroughly enjoyable story for that’s fun to read and impossible to resist.

    11. The Demon of Devilgate Drive is a spooky MG. When I began reading the book, I was annoyed at the antics of the two main characters, Suzi and Jimmy, especially, Suzi: breaking into people’s properties with little regard to the consequences, but I had to remind myself that this was written for kids and kids will often do things that adults might find questionable. Having said this, I have no doubt kids will have a fun time with the book as they follow the characters on their adventures beyond th [...]

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