The Shadows Of Rookhaven | Paperback | By Pádraig Kenny


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  • The Shadows of Rookhaven
  • Pages: 339
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author: Pádraig Kenny
  • Publisher: MacMillan Children's Books
  • Publication date: 29 September 2022
  • Category: Children's Fiction
  • Age: 9+
  • Size: 19.7 x 12.9 x 2.5cm
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The Shadows of Rookhaven by Pádraig Kenny 


Pádraig Kenny's The Shadows of Rookhaven is a story about family and forgiveness, the sequel to The Monsters of Rookhaven.

Shadows are gathering over Rookhaven. It is the time of The Great Configuration, a once in a hundred years event. Family and monsters descend on Rookhaven from all over the country to take part. But amid the guests there is an interloper.

One who is disguised and has an eye on their destruction. Meanwhile Mirabelle - part human, part monster - discovers that to those from outside Rookhaven she is not considered family at all . . .  and, forced to search further afield for knowledge of her true history, she risks everything - and everyone.


'A stunning book . . . a brand new take on the monster story' - Eoin Colfer, author of Artemis Fowl

'A magnificent, shadowy, gothic adventure full of heart' - Emma Carroll, author of Frost Hollow Hall

'A wildly imaginative story . . . a triumph' - Irish Examiner 

About the Author

Pádraig Kenny is an Irish writer from County Kildare, now living in Limerick. Previously an arts journalist, a teacher and a librarian's assistant, he now writes full-time. His first novel Tin was a Waterstones Book of the Month and was nominated for the Carnegie, as well as being shortlisted for the Irish Book Award and several regional awards. He is married with four children.


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