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What if your school wasn’t like other schools?

What if obeying the rules became a way to survive?

What if your friends were replaced and no one could tell?


Golem is the first book in the Bellualis Chronicles series and will delight, thrill and send shivers down your spine.

When Sophie Clearwater joins Thornberry Woods High School it doesn’t take her long to realise that something isn’t right. Something about the prefects’ impeccable behaviour; the creepiness of the teachers and malevolence of the head…the way the children seem to lose their personalities…

With new friends Lucy and Jack, it takes a great deal of courage and trust to discover the dark secrets contained deep within the school.  But now that they know them, what are they going to do?

Written by E.J.Parry and published by Heddon Publishing, this book will hold great appeal for everyone from teens to adults, who will find themselves transported back to their school days – when you knew there was something not quite right about your school and teachers. Not many teachers are like those at Thornberry Woods High School, though.

"A book you don't want to put down."

"Brilliant book, edge of seat moments."

"Dark thrilling page turner."

"A superb read."

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New year...

New teachers...

New headmistress...

Same danger!

The new teachers seem nicer, and normal.  Almost.

And all anyone remembers of what happened before is a

devastating fire.

Could the pupils of Thornberry Woods be in even greater

danger at the hands of the sadistic Miss Pulchre?

Trusting nobody, Sophie, Lucy, Ben and Jack start the school

year prepared to fight.

But how could they prepare for this?

Monsters not people!

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