Fantasy – Fiction Book Review: The Crowfield Demon

The Crowfield Demon by Pat Walsh

In the mid 1300’s, young orphan Will is a servant for monks at Crowfield Abbey in England. Something is awakening underneath the abbey, causing a devastating collapse of the tower. While the monks rush to repair the abbey, Will searches for a way to rid them of a monstrous creature that haunts the abbey and their dreams.

Following the events in The Crowfield Curse, Will has learned that he has the gift of magical sight, able to see the magical world when normal humans cannot. The exiled fay Shadlok is now bound to Will as his sworn protector. And Brother Snail and the hobgoblin Brother Walter are Will’s only other friends and confidants.

Just as dark and mysterious as its predecessor, The Crowfield Demon is fast-paced and full of adventure. With vivid characters, a compelling story, and plenty of magic, this sequel is completely enchanting. Fantasy fans of all ages will enjoy this highly entertaining story.

The Crowfield Demon releases from The Chicken House (Scholastic) on February 1, 2012.

2 thoughts on “Fantasy – Fiction Book Review: The Crowfield Demon”

  1. I really enjoyed The Crowfield Curse and, although I haven’t yet read the follow-up, it’s on my to-be-read list. Pat Walsh recently answered a few of my questions over at The Book Base – she gave some really interesting information about her writing process and storywriting method.

  2. I hadn’t heard of this book or its predecessor, but I will certainly look for them. They are set in a place and period of history in which I take an interest.

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