The Longest Night of Charlie Noon


Charlie, Dizzy and Johnny set out to discover the truth about the secrets that lurk in the woods.  However, when night falls without warning they are trapped in a nightmare of their own making. Lost in the woods, strange dangers and impossible puzzles dwell in the shadows.

Time begins to play tricks on them and they find it increasingly hard to distinguish fantasy from reality.  As the night never seems to end, can Charlie solve the mystery and find a way out of the woods?  Christopher Edge specialises in fusing great stories with scientific ideas and this is a wonderful addition to his roster.  It sits comfortably alongside his other brilliant titles The Many Worlds of Albie Bright, The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day and The Jamie Drake Equation.


The Longest Night of Charlie Noon

Christopher Edge

(Nosy Crow)

This wonderful book starts in a fairy tale-like way (three boys lost in a wood), but ‘once upon a time’ takes on a whole new meaning here.  Spooky goings-on, hallucinations and tricks with time all combine to produce a thrilling, thoughtful and totally recommended mystery.


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