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A Girl Called Corpse (MP3)
An Elston-Fright Tale
Written by:
Reece Carter 
Read by:
Gabriella Russo 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
6 hours 6 minutes 
MP3 size:
265 MB 
August 01 2023 
Available Date:
August 01 2023 
Age Category:
Children (8+) 
Fiction; Australian Fiction; Children; Children's Fiction; Fantasy 
Bolinda audio 
Bolinda price
AUD$ 19.95
AUD$ 19.95

Australian author
Debut novel

Shortlisted Ena Noël Award 2024

A dazzling debut about a lonely ghost who goes searching for answers about her past in a forgotten coastal town that fizzes with secret magic.

'Find the thing the Witches call a treasure,' says Old Man, 'and you'll get back all those memories you're missing.' With a body made of wax, seaweed for hair and polished abalone shells for eyes, Corpse is bound to haunt the Witches' sea shack forever. She has no memory of the kid she was before she was snatched and ended up on the rock that doesn't exist. But the delivery of an unexpected message sets Corpse off on a surprising quest, searching for answers to the old and familiar questions that have filled her not-brain since the day she first woke up a ghost. Questions about her name. Questions about her family. With only her eight-legged friend Simon for company, Corpse heads into the unknown. There will be danger – cruel Witches, a silver-eyed sea monster and a cunning Merchant with a hungry grin – but Corpse is not afraid. She'll stop at nothing to uncover the truth about her past. Only it turns out that some answers are much closer than she thinks.

'Dramatic and spooky, with the most delightful lively voice.'
Amelia Mellor, bestselling author of The Grandest Bookshop in the World

'Wonderfully imaginative and enthralling.'
Jaclyn Moriarty, author of the Kingdoms and Empires series

'Just the right mix of eerie and bleak ...'

'Ghoulishly charming, with a compelling hero you will adore. I loved it!'
Jessica Townsend, New York Times bestselling author of the Nevermoor series

'As spine-tinglingly creepy as an old, abandoned cemetery.'
Shirley Marr, award-winning author of A Glasshouse of Stars