`SPOOKY. GRIPPING AND INTRIGUING.' Sophie McKenzie, author of Girl, MissingSeventeen-year-old Elliott hasn't slept properly for six months.
Ever since the accident that nearly killed him, a shadowy figure has made its presence felt - a figure only he can see.
Elliott is convinced his near-death experience has enabled him to contact the dead.
But are his ghostly visions real, or the effects of a damaged mind?
When Elliott gets a job at a supposedly haunted museum it seems like the perfect chance to discover what's really going on.
But his arrival doesn't just cause a stir amongst the living.
Unwittingly, Elliott uncovers the museum's terrible secret ... and a spirit hell-bent on using him for revenge. A brilliant, spine-tingling YA novel by award-winning author M.
Harrison. `Chilling' The Bookseller `I devoured Unrest.Or rather, I felt it devoured me.
Clever, unexpected and satisfying.' Kate Cann `a beautifully written, gripping, thoroughly spooky young adult novel...
Unsettling, eerie, with intriguing characters and a compelling, satisfying plot full of twists and turns...
I loved it.' Sarah Singleton `It takes great skill to create an atmosphere that creeps off the page into your veins.
Harrison's subtlety and eye for detail lift this above any other spookfest.' The Independent