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CHARACTERS Ù Graveyard Shift Ü [PDF / Epub] ☃ Graveyard Shift Author Chris Westwood – A spooky fantasy adventure in which death is only the beginningWhen Ben Harvester meets the mysterious Mr October in London's Highgate Cemetery he has no idea what a strange and dramatic turn his life A spooky fantasy adventure in whRacking down lost souls and guiding them to the afterlife And Mr October wants him to be his new recruitAs Ben's apprenticeship begins his eyes are opened to a new world of wonder a world where magic is real and ghosts haunt every crime scene accident site and hospital corridorBut with the wonder comes horror Because the Ministry is. This book is really enjoyable American readers would know this book as Graveyard Shift it's the same book though I love the way this is written It's as if the visuals are written into the pages The first paragraph of chapter 3 is a fantastic exampleNothing moving Everything still The next few days were even hotter and the air felt like a clammy skin On the bed in my room with the windows open I waited for a breeze that never came It was like waiting for a miracle a sign to point me towards Mr October or maybe it's because of where I live and I know what it's like to wait for that breeze on those hot daysBut there are other instances all through the book that brings that same great visual but it's just easier for you to read the book yourself than for me to list them all here The book grabbed me straight away cause let's face it Ben is hanging out in a cemetery and I don't think there is anything wrong with that so it had to be good story Everything fell into place at the right times Looking forward to the next oneIn most books I usually have a stupid moment and this book was no exception It wasn't until page 216 when Ben is facing a demon and the demon calls him Harvester that I realise his name practically matches his profession Yeah Silly me

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Not the only organization hunting spirits of the dead The ghoulish Lords of Sundown want those spirits for their own sinister reasons And as far as they're concerned Ben's just chosen the wrong side in a very dangerous warIll mannered spooks and fearsome monsters populate the alternative London of this charming paranormal adventure. From the moment he saw Mr October in the graveyard Ben Harvester’s life changedMinistry of Pandemonium is the first in a series of supernatural YA books by Chris Westwood exploring the hidden side of London the supernatural ‘behind the curtain’ type of story that I love The stories that explains things that work behind the world that we all see on a daily basisMr October is part of the Ministry which guides dead souls to the afterlife and thankfully never really states which and he recruits Ben to become part of that as he has abilities that means he can see the deadThis isn’t going to be as easy as it sounds as there are a group that once were part of the Ministry who lead the souls astray for their own nefarious ends and aren’t happy that Ben has joined with Mr OctoberWas on the edge of my seat uite a few times listening to this some great adventure some really creepy baddies some great action At the heart of the story though is a great story about family that weaves its way through all the supernatural thrillsWill be looking out for book 2 really enjoyed this

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Graveyard ShiftA spooky fantasy adventure in which death is only the beginningWhen Ben Harvester meets the mysterious Mr October in London's Highgate Cemetery he has no idea what a strange and dramatic turn his life is about to take But Ben soon discovers that Mr October works for the Ministry of Pandemonium a secret organization responsible for t. The greatest compliment I can pay this book is that I had to continually remind myself that Ministry of Pandemonium was not in fact a Neil Gaiman novel With similar dark and otherworldly themes characters as vivid and endearing as any Mr Gaiman has produced and a clear style of writing that appears effortless its impossible not to draw similarities I enjoyed myself immensely while spending time in Chris Westwood's highly imaginative world and I'll certainly be recommending this as one of the better books I've read in the male oriented YA genre