Shadow House #2: You Can't Hide by Dan PoblockiShadow House #2: You Can't Hide by Dan Poblocki

Shadow House #2: You Can't Hide

byDan Poblocki

Hardcover | December 27, 2016

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The second installment in the exciting Shadow House series that invites you to step inside the ghost story!

Shadow House will find you . . .

Poppy, Marcus, Dash, Dylan, and Azumi are all trapped within Shadow House, a sinister estate where past and present intertwine. As they fight to find a way out, the kids think the ghosts of the house are the greatest danger they face. Little do the kids know it's the secrets they're each hiding that will prove even more lethal.

They're going to have to come face to face with their fears if they stand any hope of escaping the house alive. Is there anyone or anything in the house they can trust? Or is all hope disappearing, too . . .

Enter Shadow House . . . if you dare.

BONUS: Step inside Shadow House with the free app for your tablet or phone! Each image in the book reveals a haunting in the app, where the choices you make determine your fate.

Dan Poblocki is the author of The Stone Child, The Nightmarys, The Ghost of Graylock, The Haunting of Gabriel Ashe, The Book of Bad Things, and the Mysterious Four series. He lives in Brooklyn with two adorable cats and more books than he has room for. Visit him at
Title:Shadow House #2: You Can't HideFormat:HardcoverDimensions:224 pages, 8.27 × 5.7 × 0.65 inPublished:December 27, 2016Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0545925517

ISBN - 13:9780545925518

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Praise for The Book of Bad Things"Ghostly... grotesque... eerie..." -Booklist" Poblocki's return, full of mystery, monsters and ghosts, is sure to satisfy his fans. Old-school, John Saul-style horror." -Kirkus ReviewsPraise for The Haunting of Gabriel AsheA YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults selection" Poblocki creates danger by not pulling punches. An atmospheric, creepy ghost story best read at night." -Kirkus ReviewsPraise for The Ghost of GraylockA YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults selection" Poblocki misses nary a horror-story trope as he propels his cast through one terrifying incident afteranother to, at last, a climactic flight. Definitely a story to be read by flashlight." -Booklist