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Franc.World – 2022 BOTY Review

QBD’s Children’s Book Of The Year, A Girl Called Corpse by Reece Carter, is a hauntingly good adventure!

With a body made of wax, seaweed for hair and polished abalone shells for eyes, Corpse is bound to haunt the Witches’ sea shack forever. She has no memory of the kid she was before she was snatched and ended up on the rock-that-doesn’t-exist.

But the delivery of an unexpected message sets Corpse off on a surprising quest, searching for answers to the old and familiar questions that have filled her not-brain since the day she first woke up a ghost. Questions about her name. Questions about her family.

With only her eight-legged friend Simon for company, Corpse heads into the unknown. There will be danger — cruel Witches, a silver-eyed sea monster and a cunning Merchant with a hungry grin — but Corpse is not afraid. She’ll stop at nothing to uncover the truth about her past.

Only some answers, it turns  out, are much closer than she thinks.

Get your copy of A Girl Called Corspe at any QBD Books Store or online now for just $12.99

To purchase “A Girl Called Corpse” by Reece Carter, you can visit the QBD Books website or your local QBD Books store!

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