Of the children's adventure/ thriller series, 'The Psychic Seekers'.
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FAVOURITE FICTION FOR YOUNGER READERS:
Here is but a small selection:
- 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' and 'All the Wrong Questions' - Lemony Snicket
- 'Nightmare Academy' - Dean Lorey
- 'The Magic Faraway Tree' - Enid Blyton
- 'The Secret Seven' - Enid Blyton
- 'The Witches' and 'Matilda' - Roald Dahl
- 'Chronicles of Narnia' - CS Lewis
- 'Once' - Morris Gleitzman
- The Un- Series (Uncanny...) - Paul Jennings
- 'Skulduggery Pleasant' - Derek Landy
- 'Tintin' - Herge
- 'The Jungle Book' - Rudyard Kipling
- 'Monster Blood Tattoo' - DM Cornish
FAVOURITE FICTION FOR OLDER READERS:
In no particular order...
- 'Others' - James Herbert
- 'Patient Zero' - Jonathan Maberry
- 'Out' - Natsuo Kirino
- The Shadow of the Wind' - Carlos Ruiz Safon
- 'Life or Death' - Michael Robotham
- 'I am Legend' - Richard Matheson
- 'Soul Mountain' - Gao Xing Jian
- 'The Autograph Man' - Zadie Smith
- 'Carter Beats the Devil' - Glen David Gold
- 'Breathers' - SG Browne
- 'A Song for the Dying' - Stuat MacBride
- 'Company' - Max Barry
- 'The Edge' - Chris Simms
- 'On Writing' - Stephen King
- 'The Successful Novelist' - David Morrell
- 'The Australian Writer's Marketplace'
- 'Bryson's Dictionary for Writers and Editors'
FOR SEEKERS OF KNOWLEDGE:
- 'Too Good to be True' - Jan Brunvand
- History's Great Untold Stories' - Joseph Cummins
- 'What's That? The Oxford Visual Dictionary of Nearly Everything'
- 'The Book of General Ignorance' - QI
- 'You Must be a Zombie' - Cracked.com
- 'If Chins Could Kill' - Bruce Campbell
'Craig Bezant delivers another journey into the weird and wonderful, full recommendation.' - Jeff Ritchie, ScaryMinds, on 'An Eclectic Slice of Life'.
'Bezant does well to enter himself into the narrative as an editorial devise to link the stories together with his interludes, that was a nice touch.' - Anthony Ferguson, review on GoodReads ('Surviving the End')
The Flats...'expertly nails its target audience.' - Scoop Magazine review, Winter 2013