Johnny Maxwell can see dead people! Terry Pratchett's young hero returns in the second book in the Johnny Maxwell series, a lively adventure about dead people. This sprightly new paperback edition features cover illustration by Mark Beech.
"Johnny never knew for certain why he started seeing the dead. The Alderman said it was probably because he was too lazy not to."
The deceased folk of Blackbury need a hero. Thanks to the local council, their cemetery is under threat, but luckily young Johnny Maxwell is on hand to ensure they won't take it lying down!
Illustrated by Mark Beech, whose fantastic book cover artwork can be seen on numerous Pratchett publications including Dragons at Crumbling Castle, The Witch's Vacuum Cleaner, Father Christmas's Fake Beard, The Bromeliad Trilogy and The Carpet People!
Publisher: Random House Children's Publishers UK
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