Charles Kingshaw and his mother have come to live with Edmund Hooper and his father in their ugly, isolated Victorian house called Warings for good. To Hooper, Kingshaw is an intruder, a boy to be subtly persecuted, and Kingshaw finds that even the most ordinary objects can be turned by his enemy into a source of terror.In Hang Wood, when they are lost, their roles are briefly reversed but Kingshaw knows that Edmund will never let him be and that he cannot win in the end. He knows it and so does Hooper. And the worst is still to come.More
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Makes Bleak House look like a beach read
- Die Falknerin
A memorable story
This is a book about a bully written before the topic was so talked about.