WEFOUNDWhispers in the Walls


Fans of Guillermo del Toro and Munoz's The Devil’s Backbone will enjoy this story quite a bit. It’s also right up the alley of Hellboy fans and people who enjoy monsters wailing on each other. Alternative Comics Beat

To pigeon-hole it as a horror book is perhaps doing it a disservice – there’s plenty of spooky business and it’s moderately scary, but it’s also got a rich vein of fantasy running through it, and there’s a whiff of science fiction in there, too. Wonderful stuff. Grovel

Whispers in the Walls is an enjoyable read that gives us a slightly different take on the vampire/werewolf story. There’s a lot that’s enjoyable and entertaining and this is a world I’d love to see more of. While there’s a lot that’s familiar, there’s also a lot that makes it stand out. Graphic Policy

The wait is over for fans in the US, as The Whispers in the Walls is out today from Sourcebooks! Honestly sometimes it’s hard to believe that I’m published at all, let alone that I’m published around the world – so having a second book out in the US is amazing, and a dream come true for me!

I really hope fans in the US will enjoy this book as much as the first in the series. This one was a lot of fun to write – as well as a bit of a challenge! I loved getting to explore more of Rookwood School and its dark past.

We’re in spring right now and things are getting warmer, but The Whispers in the Walls is a wintry story… Prepare to start feeling a chill…

Fans of Guillermo del Toro and Munoz's The Devil’s Backbone will enjoy this story quite a bit. It’s also right up the alley of Hellboy fans and people who enjoy monsters wailing on each other. Alternative Comics Beat

To pigeon-hole it as a horror book is perhaps doing it a disservice – there’s plenty of spooky business and it’s moderately scary, but it’s also got a rich vein of fantasy running through it, and there’s a whiff of science fiction in there, too. Wonderful stuff. Grovel

Whispers in the Walls is an enjoyable read that gives us a slightly different take on the vampire/werewolf story. There’s a lot that’s enjoyable and entertaining and this is a world I’d love to see more of. While there’s a lot that’s familiar, there’s also a lot that makes it stand out. Graphic Policy

The wait is over for fans in the US, as The Whispers in the Walls is out today from Sourcebooks! Honestly sometimes it’s hard to believe that I’m published at all, let alone that I’m published around the world – so having a second book out in the US is amazing, and a dream come true for me!

I really hope fans in the US will enjoy this book as much as the first in the series. This one was a lot of fun to write – as well as a bit of a challenge! I loved getting to explore more of Rookwood School and its dark past.

We’re in spring right now and things are getting warmer, but The Whispers in the Walls is a wintry story… Prepare to start feeling a chill…

Whispers in the Walls is a nice volume from Humanoids that is written by David Muñoz, drawn by Tirso, colored by Javi Montes, and translated by Alex and Quentin Donoghue (I’m going to go out on a limb and say those two are related).

It costs $19.95, which isn’t bad until you consider that Humanoids inexplicably split this up as a six-issue mini-series for release in the States and then only released four issues, all of which I bought. So I paid a little extra. You only have to pay twenty dollars!

Muñoz unspools the story in a rather conventional manner. Sarah wants to escape because she doesn’t trust the doctors, and the king of the vampires has a psychic connection with her that allows her to evade the guards. The monsters tell her they just want to be left alone, setting themselves up as the noble victims, but Sarah doesn’t buy it.

The twins have been reunited, but are definitely not out of danger Evil Miss Fox may have fled the scene, but headmaster Mr Bartholomew is back, imposing a reign of terror with his threats of epic punishments should any of the pupils step out of line.

When possessions and food start going missing, and the finger of suspicion is pointed firmly at troublemaking Scarlet, she knows she must uncover the truth to clear her name. The twins' investigations through the school in the dead of night reveal a secret hidden deep within the walls, a terrible crime committed many years past, and a very real threat to their present

Sophie Cleverly was born in Bath in 1989. She wrote her first story at the age of four, though it used no punctuation and was essentially one long sentence. Thankfully, things have improved somewhat since then, and she has earned a BA in Creative Writing and MA in Writing for Young People from Bath Spa University.Now working as a full-time writer, Sophie lives with her partner in Wiltshire, where she has a house full of books and a garden full of crows. The books largely consist of fantasy and historical novels; many of them for children and young adults. You probably don't want to know what the crows consist of.

Fans of Guillermo del Toro and Munoz's The Devil’s Backbone will enjoy this story quite a bit. It’s also right up the alley of Hellboy fans and people who enjoy monsters wailing on each other. Alternative Comics Beat

To pigeon-hole it as a horror book is perhaps doing it a disservice – there’s plenty of spooky business and it’s moderately scary, but it’s also got a rich vein of fantasy running through it, and there’s a whiff of science fiction in there, too. Wonderful stuff. Grovel

Whispers in the Walls is an enjoyable read that gives us a slightly different take on the vampire/werewolf story. There’s a lot that’s enjoyable and entertaining and this is a world I’d love to see more of. While there’s a lot that’s familiar, there’s also a lot that makes it stand out. Graphic Policy

Fans of Guillermo del Toro and Munoz's The Devil’s Backbone will enjoy this story quite a bit. It’s also right up the alley of Hellboy fans and people who enjoy monsters wailing on each other. Alternative Comics Beat

To pigeon-hole it as a horror book is perhaps doing it a disservice – there’s plenty of spooky business and it’s moderately scary, but it’s also got a rich vein of fantasy running through it, and there’s a whiff of science fiction in there, too. Wonderful stuff. Grovel

Whispers in the Walls is an enjoyable read that gives us a slightly different take on the vampire/werewolf story. There’s a lot that’s enjoyable and entertaining and this is a world I’d love to see more of. While there’s a lot that’s familiar, there’s also a lot that makes it stand out. Graphic Policy

The wait is over for fans in the US, as The Whispers in the Walls is out today from Sourcebooks! Honestly sometimes it’s hard to believe that I’m published at all, let alone that I’m published around the world – so having a second book out in the US is amazing, and a dream come true for me!

I really hope fans in the US will enjoy this book as much as the first in the series. This one was a lot of fun to write – as well as a bit of a challenge! I loved getting to explore more of Rookwood School and its dark past.

We’re in spring right now and things are getting warmer, but The Whispers in the Walls is a wintry story… Prepare to start feeling a chill…

Whispers in the Walls is a nice volume from Humanoids that is written by David Muñoz, drawn by Tirso, colored by Javi Montes, and translated by Alex and Quentin Donoghue (I’m going to go out on a limb and say those two are related).

It costs $19.95, which isn’t bad until you consider that Humanoids inexplicably split this up as a six-issue mini-series for release in the States and then only released four issues, all of which I bought. So I paid a little extra. You only have to pay twenty dollars!

Muñoz unspools the story in a rather conventional manner. Sarah wants to escape because she doesn’t trust the doctors, and the king of the vampires has a psychic connection with her that allows her to evade the guards. The monsters tell her they just want to be left alone, setting themselves up as the noble victims, but Sarah doesn’t buy it.

Fans of Guillermo del Toro and Munoz's The Devil’s Backbone will enjoy this story quite a bit. It’s also right up the alley of Hellboy fans and people who enjoy monsters wailing on each other. Alternative Comics Beat

To pigeon-hole it as a horror book is perhaps doing it a disservice – there’s plenty of spooky business and it’s moderately scary, but it’s also got a rich vein of fantasy running through it, and there’s a whiff of science fiction in there, too. Wonderful stuff. Grovel

Whispers in the Walls is an enjoyable read that gives us a slightly different take on the vampire/werewolf story. There’s a lot that’s enjoyable and entertaining and this is a world I’d love to see more of. While there’s a lot that’s familiar, there’s also a lot that makes it stand out. Graphic Policy

The wait is over for fans in the US, as The Whispers in the Walls is out today from Sourcebooks! Honestly sometimes it’s hard to believe that I’m published at all, let alone that I’m published around the world – so having a second book out in the US is amazing, and a dream come true for me!

I really hope fans in the US will enjoy this book as much as the first in the series. This one was a lot of fun to write – as well as a bit of a challenge! I loved getting to explore more of Rookwood School and its dark past.

We’re in spring right now and things are getting warmer, but The Whispers in the Walls is a wintry story… Prepare to start feeling a chill…

Whispers in the Walls is a nice volume from Humanoids that is written by David Muñoz, drawn by Tirso, colored by Javi Montes, and translated by Alex and Quentin Donoghue (I’m going to go out on a limb and say those two are related).

It costs $19.95, which isn’t bad until you consider that Humanoids inexplicably split this up as a six-issue mini-series for release in the States and then only released four issues, all of which I bought. So I paid a little extra. You only have to pay twenty dollars!

Muñoz unspools the story in a rather conventional manner. Sarah wants to escape because she doesn’t trust the doctors, and the king of the vampires has a psychic connection with her that allows her to evade the guards. The monsters tell her they just want to be left alone, setting themselves up as the noble victims, but Sarah doesn’t buy it.

The twins have been reunited, but are definitely not out of danger Evil Miss Fox may have fled the scene, but headmaster Mr Bartholomew is back, imposing a reign of terror with his threats of epic punishments should any of the pupils step out of line.

When possessions and food start going missing, and the finger of suspicion is pointed firmly at troublemaking Scarlet, she knows she must uncover the truth to clear her name. The twins' investigations through the school in the dead of night reveal a secret hidden deep within the walls, a terrible crime committed many years past, and a very real threat to their present

Sophie Cleverly was born in Bath in 1989. She wrote her first story at the age of four, though it used no punctuation and was essentially one long sentence. Thankfully, things have improved somewhat since then, and she has earned a BA in Creative Writing and MA in Writing for Young People from Bath Spa University.Now working as a full-time writer, Sophie lives with her partner in Wiltshire, where she has a house full of books and a garden full of crows. The books largely consist of fantasy and historical novels; many of them for children and young adults. You probably don't want to know what the crows consist of.

With an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability. Find out more about OverDrive accounts.

Sophie Cleverly was born in Bath in 1989. She wrote her first story at the age of four, though it used no punctuation and was essentially one long sentence. Thankfully, things have improved somewhat since then, and she has earned a BA in Creative ...


51D3HXKg1uL