Night Of The Soul Stealer

Night Of The Soul Stealer

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As the weather grows colder and the nights draw in, the Spook and his apprentice Tom Ward must be even more vigilant in their battles against the boggarts, witches, and ghosts roaming the county. When they receive an unexpected visitor, the Spook decides it is time to move to his winter house in Anglezarke. It is a bleak, forbidding place, full of witches and secrets. Tom hears rumors of menacing creatures stirring on the moors nearby, including the evil beast called Golgoth. Who was the mysterious visitor? And is Tom prepared for what he will find in Anglezarke?

Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, 2007.
ISBN: 9780060766269
Branch Call Number: DEL
Characteristics: 489 p. : ill.
Additional Contributors: Arrasmith, Patrick - Illustrator
Alternative Title: Spook's secret


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Sep 29, 2017

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Sep 29, 2017

Awesome book! Can't wait to finish the series!

me_tis_awesome Nov 24, 2016

IJohn, the title makes perfect sence. Night= one of the nights Tom Ward was with Morgan. Soulstealer = Morgan (he is a necromancer- steals and terrorizes souls) or Golgoth( snuffs out the life and soul.) There :P

Jun 30, 2016

The Third book in the ‘Last Apprentice’ series and one of the darkest ones by far, here we are taken on a far longer journey as the plot slows down making it difficult to read at first, but things pick up swiftly. Tom like any curious person pokes his nose into things he should have left be, and chaos ensues, not to mention the larger threat looming on the horizon which is kept hidden for so long. This book truly does itself justice by expanding upon the many characters and showing just what these poor souls are up against in their struggle against the darkness. - @Kuhaica of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

Apr 25, 2016

great plot

Tiberius12 Nov 14, 2014

Another exciting adventure with Tom Ward! It also reveals interesting back stories of the Spook and Tom's Mam.

IJohn Mar 02, 2014

It's a very good book, and I recommend it a lot! I enjoyed the book, and it was amazing with twists and turns that keeps you guessing. It's another one of those can't-put-down books!
The title doesn't really make sense though.


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IJohn Mar 02, 2014

Thomas Ward is working for the Spook as always. When a mysterious person shows up with a letter and demands to show it to the Spook, Tom finds himself confused. He doesn't know who to betray, who to keep secrets from. Meg, the Spook's love, is trustable? A story filled with two lamia witches, a boggart, and a person who likes to raise the dead... Can Tom choose the right decisions and help his father and the Spook out?


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