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When frightful monsters rise from a quiet lake, unbelievable horrors and buried secrets are washed into Alva’s life. Alva’s quiet lakeside community has an open secret: the fact that Alva’s father killed her mother, all those years ago. But now a new rumour has set tongues wagging: tales of terrifying dark creatures rising out of the lake. At first, Alva’s sure there’s nothing in the silly rumours. But as terror begins to grip the village, it slowly dawns on her that the horrors of the present may be linked to the dark secrets of her past…

  • By the author of The Sin Eater’s Daughter and State of Sorrow
  • Gripping literary horror fiction with a topical ecological edge
  • Perfect for fans of Riverdale, Sabrina and Stranger Things
  • Melinda Salisbury is a hugely popular YA fantasy sensation
  • Her bestselling books have been nominated for several awards

*Please note this book contains mature content and language more suitable for older readers.

Product Details

Catalogue number

115 in ROW Teen January 2020 and 945 in ROW Teen March 2020







Date published

March 5th, 2020

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  • 384 pages


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