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The Assembly Room
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The Assembly Room

By Bryony Allen
ISBN 978 1782281801
Category YA 11+
Spring 2013

Synopsis

The ghosts of The Assembly Room have been waiting for someone to unlock their secrets, 14 year-old Merryn has arrived. For Merryn the future should have been perfect - a new home in the countryside, romance with the gorgeous boy next-door. If only the past would stop interfering with the present.

Author's Biography

Bryony Allen is an English teacher in Suffolk, where she lives with her husband, four children and dogs. She studied English and Drama at Roehampton before going on to teacher training at Homerton college. She has always enjoyed writing but, until recently

Reviews

The Assembly Room is a must read for all horror readers because honestly, it's a story that packs a punch and tantalises one's reading palette..." by Angie, YA Novelties review site 

Price: £7.99 

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Reader Comments

This book is a wonderful read kids because the writer has the skills to mix history and science fictions . Sayed
A fantastic book for all kids 11 years upwards. A superb mix of English history and spookiness going here along with a few surprises. Would make a great read for school curriculum too. It deserves to do well. John