Crater Lake Bundle – Black t-shirt
Limited t-shirt sizes available!
Crater Lake: Welcome to Crater Lake: the Year Six school trip from hell!
Maybe it’s the bloodstained man who tries to stop the coach, maybe it’s the absence of welcoming staff, but something is definitely not right at Crater Lake activity centre. Then, at night, things get much, much stranger … but no matter what happens, don’t – ever – fall asleep! Get this exciting scary adventure book today!
Crater Lake Evolution: It’s five months since the Crater Lake Year Six alien invasion school trip from hell, and Lance and his friends have struggled with the transition to high school. But now things have got strange in their hometown of Straybridge: there’s been an explosion at the university, a mysterious creature has escaped, the town is under curfew and Lance’s mum is acting seriously weird. Cut off from help can Lance reunite Katja, Chets, Ade, Big Mak and new friend Karim, to tackle an enemy straight out of their nightmares…
T-shirt:You can now wear your love for Crater Lake on your actual sleeve (or t-shirt). Don’t – ever – fall asleep in this black t-shirt featuring the Straybridge logo. The children’s t-shirts feature a classic fit in 100% Combed Ring Spun Cotton, the adult t-shirts are a unisex fit in 100% Cotton ringspun pre-shrunk jersey knit. Jennifer is wearing an adult size M in the photograph.
Praise for the book
Crater Lake Evolution:
‘Jennifer Killick has done it again! Crater Lake Evolution is wickedly smart sci-fi horror, with some seriously creepy moments and some important things to say about friendships and how they can change on us.’ Liam James @notsotweets / bookwormhole
‘A delicious mix of spooky action and relatable humour.’ Fiona Noble, The Bookseller
‘This fast paced adventure story is the perfect follow-up to the popular Crater Lake. I was nervous going into this book, because everything about book 1 is just so special. However I shouldn’t have been worrried, the characters we know and love are back complete with fresh additions, and this is another fantastic read.’ Andy Midwinter
‘This is howlingly funny horror for beginners, Jennifer Killick, the author of the Alex Sparrow series and Mo, Lottie and the Junkers, has a fine ear for comic dialogue. She also makes little stabs at educational “norms”, especially the social eugenics of secondary school transfers – Lance knows he will never get into Bing, the selective school Chets is heading for. It’s also big on heart as the children reveal their secret “weaknesses” and so gain the strength they need.’ Alex O’Connell, The Times Children’s Book of the Week and included in The Times 20 Children’s Books for Summer 2020
‘A darkly hilarious treat for those of eleven plus.’ Philip Womack, Literary Review
‘This is the fifth book by Jennifer Killick and it contains everything that we have grown to love from her writing. Realistic and personable characters, authentic dialogue and a cracking sense of humour. Somehow she manages to make even the most surreal characters and situations seem believable. But this time she has upped the ante a little and made the perfect horror/thriller for children 9 +.’ Mister Bodd
‘The perfect balance of creepy, gross and funny.’ Library Girl and Book Boy
‘Horror, humour and heart wrap around a plot that cranks up the tension from the start to heart-thumping effect. Don’t ever fall asleep it warns. There was never any fear of that; I couldn’t put it down!’ Miss Cleveland is Reading
‘Thrills, giggles and a whole lot of heart. Crater Lake might not be the best venue for a school trip, but it makes for a fantastic read.’ Book Worm Hole
‘Crater Lake is the kind of book I’ll give to students who claim they hate reading because I know it will help turn the tide.’ Portable Magic Dispenser
‘A brilliant fast paced adventure to get your heart pumping. I read it in one sitting, completely engrossed and with adrenaline coursing through my veins.’ My Shelves are Full
‘Jennifer Killick’s latest book is full of sharp dialogue … a winning combination of horror & humour with a strong emphasis on loyalty, friendship & teamwork. A wonderfully sinister read!’ Clare Wilkins, ReadingZone.com