Curiosity House: The Screaming Statue (Book Two)
By Lauren Oliver and H C Chester
Fans of Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events enter if you dare... Witness the freaks, wonders and oddities at the Dime Museum. Tread the path of the four extraordinary children who live there...
Four extraordinary children must avenge their friend's death, try to save their home, and unravel the secrets of their past . . . before their past unravels them.
Pippa, Sam, Thomas, and Max are happy to be out of harm's way now that the notorious villain Nicholas Rattigan is halfway across the country in Chicago. But unfortunately their home, Dumfreys's Dime Museum of Freaks, Oddities, and Wonders, is in danger of closing its doors forever.
But their troubles only get worse. The four friends are shocked when their beloved friend, famous sculptor Siegfried Eckleberger, is murdered. As they investigate, they find clues that his death may be tied to the murder of a rich and powerful New York heiress, as well as to their own pasts.
Lauren Oliver is the New York Times bestselling author of Before I Fall and Delirium. She lives and writes in Brooklyn, New York. Recluse H.C. Chester is the world's leading expert on an era that was full of long-vanished magic and wonder, and has yet to be reached either in person or by phone.
- Other details
- Publication date:
10 Nov 2016
- Page count:
Hodder & Stoughton
PRAISE FOR CURIOISTY HOUSE: THE SHRUNKEN HEAD — -
The continuous action, compelling mystery, and dark, brooding illustrations make this book impossible to put down. Perfect for kids who feel they're different or those simply after a freakishly good time. — Booklist (starred review)
Stupendous and stupefying! A riddle wrapped in a mystery inside a shrunken head. If you aren't curious about Curiosity House, somebody must have pickled your brain and put it in a jar. Read this book immediately. — Pseudonymous Bosch, New York Times bestselling author of the Secret Series and Bad Magic
Step right up! Step right up! Mystery, murder, curses, and sideshow freaks! Or are they superheroes? There's only one way to find out... Read Curiosity House! You'll be glad you did! — Adam Gidwitz, New York Times bestselling author of A Tale Dark and Grimm