'Priestley's gothic fest of Poe-like fables stand out like shining beacons' (Guardian
'My insides were still untangling themselves hours after I had closed the book' (Sunday Telegraph
'Mesmerising, understated, and convincingly Victorian in tone . . . A book for children who enjoy being frightened - and a perfect introduction to Saki and Edgar Allen Poe' (Guardian
'Throbs with sinister brilliance . . . The art of the chilling, well-crafted ghost story is still alive and kicking' (Literary Review
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