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Leo Hunt

Biography

Leo Hunt

Leo Hunt wrote his first book, THIRTEEN DAYS OF MIDNIGHT, in his first year of college and signed with an agent the following year. He lives in northeast England.

Leo Hunt

Books by Leo Hunt

by Leo Hunt - Fantasy, Fiction, Horror, Urban Fantasy, Young Adult 12+

Life is returning to something like normal until Luke and Elza are celebrating New Year's and suddenly find themselves transported to the forest near Dunbarrow with no knowledge of how they got there. Gray fog is spreading through town, the sky is awash with green light, and something is clearly very wrong. Together with Luke’s old friends from school, Luke and Elza need to find a way to close the gateway while they still can. Not only that, but the devilish Mr. Berkley is abroad in Dunbarrow with an agenda of his own --- and he hasn’t forgotten Luke’s debt to him.

by Leo Hunt - Fiction, Mystery, Psychological Suspense, Psychological Thriller, Suspense, Young Adult 13+
In a high-stakes sequel, reluctant necromancer Luke Manchett must call upon the most wicked and eerie ghosts of his dispelled Host to save two innocent souls. It’s been a few months since Luke Manchett inherited a Host of eight hostile spirits from his dead father and made a deal with the devil to banish them. Luke’s doing his best to blend in to the background of high school, to ignore the haunting dreams spawned by his father’s Book of Eight, and to enjoy the one good thing to come from the whole mess: his girlfriend, Elza. And then it all begins again.
by Leo Hunt - Horror, Young Adult 14+

When Luke Manchett’s estranged father dies unexpectedly, he leaves his son a dark inheritance: a collection of eight restless spirits, known as his Host, who want revenge for their long enslavement. Once they figure out that Luke has no clue how to manage them, they become increasingly belligerent, and eventually mutiny. Halloween (the night when ghosts reach the height of their power) is fast approaching, and Luke knows his Host is planning something far more trick than treat.