A fabled witch. A powerful curse. A monster out for revenge.
13-year-old Kallie Tamm can't wait to spend a week of her summer holidays at the Wildstorm Theatre Camp: she's determined not to let her dyslexia hold her back from achieving her dream of becoming a playwright. The finale of the whole week is a performance in the local village theatre. But as soon as she arrives, Kallie discovers that the cast will be performing a play written by a 17th Century witch, Ellsabet Graveheart, and strange, scary things start happening. Unbeknown to Kallie, a dark shadow is stirring in the woodland near Wildstorm: an ancient and dangerous creature has awoken from a centuries old slumber, and they're out for revenge, putting Kallie and all of her new friends in grave danger.
The Wildstorm Curse is a thrillingly suspenseful story about unlikely heroes and the power of storytelling, from author of The Bird Singers , Eve Wersocki Morris.
Praise for The Wildstorm Curse
'A riveting tale full of secrets, suspense and the power of storytelling. Just beware reading it if camping out in a dark, spooky wood...' - Jamie Littler , bestselling author of Frostheart
'Fabulously gripping. I couldn't put it down.' - Abi Elphinstone , bestselling author of Sky Song
'Bewitching and beguiling - The Wildstorm Curse is a heartwarming and spinechilling tale of friendship, bravery, and the intoxicating magic of storytelling. Once you step foot into the Wildstorm Theatre, you'll never want to leave.' - Jack Meggitt-Phillips , author of The Beast and the Bethany
'The Wildstorm Curse is a brilliant, spine-tingling mystery that kept me on the edge of my seat. I would wholeheartedly recommend it!' - Ewa Jozefkowicz , author of The Dragon in the Bookshop
'Distinctive, dark and mysterious - a thoroughly intriguing adventure.' - Katherine Woodfine , author of The Sinclair's Mysteries
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Eve Wersocki Morris grew up in North London and has been making up stories her whole life. Despite being diagnosed with dyslexia aged 12, she has not let that stop her literary ambitions and wrote her first full novel aged 13. She went on to study English at Nottingham University where she wrote, directed and performed in plays and was Arts EditorMore about Eve Wersocki Morris