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Raven's Gate by Anthony Horowitz
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Mar 03, 10

bookshelves: library-books, fiction, childrens, fantasy
Read in July, 2008 — I own a copy, read count: 2

Raven’s Gate is mostly set in the fictional town of Lesser Malling in England. I remember this because my husband tried to get me to move to a town called Malling in Kent and after reading this book there was no way I was moving there! You’re introduced to the hero of the series, Matt, as he finds himself in trouble with the law and he is sent to live with a strange foster parent in Lesser Malling. Matt comes to realise that a great evil is under way in the town and that it is up to him to stop it.

The book is extremely fast-paced with non-stop action as Matt overcomes hurdle after hurdle in his quest to stay alive and fight against the weird town folk of Lesser Malling. There were times when my heart was literally jumping out of my chest and you have to marvel at Horowitz’s ability to make your adrenaline flow - this is a book after all, not a film!

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