The Crowfield Demon by Pat Walsh
(Crowfield Curse)

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The chilling sequel to the critically acclaimed CROWFIELD CURSE.

In THE CROWFIELD CURSE, young monks' apprentice Will learned he was gifted with the Sight: able to see beyond this mortal coil into the spirit realms of Old Magic. Protected by the warrior fay Shadlok -- and befriended by the wry, wary hobgoblin called Brother Walter -- the boy is just coming into his strange powers.

But now, from its very foundations, Crowfield Abbey has begun to crumble. As Will slaves to salvage the chapel, he discovers something truly terrifying. A heathen creature from a pagan past is creeping up through the rubble -- avowed to unleash havoc on holy ground!

About Pat Walsh

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Pat Walsh is a trained archaeologist as well as an amateur historian, inspired by the rich mythology of Britain. Born in a haunted house in Kent, she now lives in Bedfordshire, England, with her husband and children. THE CROWFIELD DEMON is the sequel to THE CROWFIELD CURSE, her debut novel. Visit her at
Published February 1, 2012 by Scholastic Inc.. 373 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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now he’s escaping the bowl, bent on vengeance against the Abbey and hunting Will’s pure soul.

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Historical Novel Society

Set in an abbey in 1348, with a glossary explaining such terms as ‘triforium’ and ‘shawm’, there’s plenty of history here, but also magic.

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Fantasy Literature

In The Crowfield Curse, young William and his friends and allies righted a long-ago wrong at Crowfield Abbey and faced down the terrifying Unseelie King.

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Fantasy Literature

The story begins when Will rescues a hob — that is, a strange fay-creature – from an iron trap and takes it back to Crowfield Abbey for healing, though he’s careful to keep it a secret from the monks.

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