The Power of Five: Raven's Gate

Trouble has always followed Matt – maybe because his parents died in a car crash when he was a baby, or maybe because of the uncanny powers he seems to have. But it’s only when he’s sent to Yorkshire on a rehabilitation programme that the trouble REALLY starts. The bleak village where he is sent hides a sinister secret – a secret which revolves around Matt himself. Soon he realises that the village is built on a core of hideous evil: a gate through which demons were banished long ago. But Matt’s devil-worshipping foster carer wants to let the evil ones back in, and he is the only one who can stop her…

“A supernatural adventure of the most chilling kind” The Times

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    Anthony Horowitz

    It’s 15 years since the first awesome Alex Rider adventure and they’re still the real deal, loved by millions worldwide.

    Awards

    Anthony’s awards include the Booksellers Association/Nielsen Author of the Year Award 2007, the Children’s Book of the Year for Ark Angel and the Red House Children’s Book Awards for Skeleton Key. In 2013 he was awarded an OBE for services to literature.

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