The Woman in Black: Angel of Death Paperback
The fully authorised chilling sequel to Susan Hill's bestselling ghost-story, The Woman in Black, released in 2012 as a film featuring Daniel Radcliffe.
This is the book the follow-up film starring Jeremy Irvine (War Horse) and Phoebe Fox will be based on. Autumn 1940, World War Two. Bombs are raining down, destroying the cities of Britain. The evacuations begin, and soon children are being taken to the country for safety.
Teacher Eve Parkins is in charge of one such group. The children are scared and Eve does her best to calm them, but the truth is that she too is haunted by a personal tragedy she cannot put behind her. Their destination is Eel Marsh House. Desolate and forlorn, it is situated on a causeway and is sinking into the treacherous tidal marshes that surround it. Far from home and with no alternative, Eve and the children move in.
But soon it becomes apparent that there is someone else in the house with them, someone Eve can't see but who is far more deadly than any number of German bombs ... The Woman in Black.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 336 pages
- Publisher: Cornerstone
- Publication Date: 30/01/2014
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780099588290
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Review by jan.fleming
In London, children are being removed from their families and taken to the country for safety.
Teacher Eve Parkins is in charge of one such group, and her destination is an empty and desolate house that appears to be sinking into the treacherous tidal marshes that surround it.
EEL MARSH HOUSE
Far from home and with no alternative, Eve and the children move in.
But soon it becomes apparent that there is someone else in the house; someone who is far deadlier than any number of German bombs ...
The Woman in Black.
Was well written enough but just so far away from the concept of the original it might as well have been a completely different story...a dramatisation of the screenplay for the forthcoming film