12-year-old Jack Hawkett sees ghosts. He sees them at school, at the shops, even at the beach. They don't frighten him, though. In Jack's world, haunters and livings exist side by side, usually happily.
But not always.
Jack is about to discover some haunters are unfriendly. Some haunters break all the rules of the Haunting Code of Conduct. Haunters like Moonface and Smell, resident house ghosts of 62 Ghoulstone Villas, Jack's new home.
Moonface and Smell are determined to drive Jack and his dad from number 62. Jack fights back with the help of his best friend Ritchie White, a keen but inept inventor of anti-haunter devices.
Desperate to win the battle for 62 Ghoulstone Villas, Jack and Ritchie's final hope is to break the strictest rule of their world - livings must not timewarp with haunters. Lives and deaths are about to be changed for ever.
"Moonface" is a 40,000-word fantasy novel for children aged 8-12.
oh who can resist a ghost named "smell"!!! Not me, and certainly not Killer Yapp.
This is cute. I don't have a clue about fantasy novels for middle grade readers but hell yes I'm reading this.