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The Village at the Edge of the World

Stuart Fryd



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A mist has descended over the village of Bleakhope.

From the fog terrifying creatures appear. The villagers have abandoned their homes and have sought shelter in the tavern on the outskirts. No one will help them. No one will answer their pleas. No one believes them until the Professor and his young apprentice Alexander offer their assistance.

Alexander and the Professor must face a series of nightmarish beings in order to rescue the villagers, banish the mist and save Bleakhope ... but what waits at the centre of the village for Alexander will turn his world upside down.

From the author of The Lost and Drowned comes a new and terrifying adventure. Gripping, fast-paced and atmospheric, The Village at the Edge of the World will capture readers as Alexander faces off against a terrible paranormal threat.

Free guided and reciprocal reading resources and questions are available to accompany the book online. All resources are created by teachers for schools and parents - perfect for Year 6 SATS practice and reader immersion.


About the author:

Stuart Fryd is a father, a husband, a reader and a dreamer. Occasionally, as was the case with this book, he writes those dreams down, if only to stop him thinking about them when he really should be concentrating on other things.

You can follow him on Twitter @ Stuartfryd. Also go over to for more news, videos, lesson plans and information about the book and the author.


120  pages

ISBN: 978-1-910996-19-5

Greenwich Exchange Category: Novels

Series: None



Other books by Stuart Fryd published by Greenwich Exchange:

Scarlett in Knoware

The Lost and Drowned

Death on The Empress




"The children couldn't put it down."

Rachel Kirby-Murray, Year 6 teacher


"Gripping until the end."

Har'Rai Singh, ten year old