Creepy Chronicles (Vol. I)

Children & Young Adult, Children's Books, Children's Books Age 10+, Children's Books Friends / Family, Children's Books Adventure / Crime

Monster hunting isn’t for nerds!

Padraig is a monster hunter. Armed with swords and magical runes, he and his father regularly strike out to liberate Scotland from two-headed spiny-winged birds, fear eaters and graveyard shufflers. However, their latest joint hunt ran more than a little awry, and Padraig’s father was forced to flee to the shadow world in order to survive. Brandon is a monster fan and writes a blog under the name ‘Creepy Chronicles’, where he explains cases involving persons going missing during demonic apparitions. When his sister’s best friend disappears and his sister starts acting odder than usual, he suspects something bad has happened. It soon becomes clear that the whole thing definitely has something to do with monsters – and a key that could show Padraig a way to his father.

Sergio Dudli

Sergio Dudli is s a copywriter and soccer freak. ‘Creepy Chronicles’ is his first book. He lives in Switzerland.

Falk Holzapfel

Zapf was born in 1980. He studied art and German with the intention of going into teaching, before choosing instead to become a freelance illustrator. Living and drawing on the banks of Lake Constance, he contributes illustrations for various publishers of books for children and young readers.

Creepy Chronicles (Vol. I)

Monster hunting isn’t for nerds!

Padraig is a monster hunter. Armed with swords and magical runes, he and his father regularly strike out to liberate Scotland from two-headed spiny-winged birds, fear eaters and graveyard shufflers. However, their latest joint hunt ran more than a little awry, and Padraig’s father was forced to flee to the shadow world in order to survive. Brandon is a monster fan and writes a blog under the name ‘Creepy Chronicles’, where he explains cases involving persons going missing during demonic apparitions. When his sister’s best friend disappears and his sister starts acting odder than usual, he suspects something bad has happened. It soon becomes clear that the whole thing definitely has something to do with monsters – and a key that could show Padraig a way to his father.

Bibliographic Data
368 pages, ISBN: 978-3-423-76374-5
First published 2022