Mr Mumbles (Invisible Fiends, Book 1)

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HarperCollins UK, Feb 4, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 288 pages
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Kyle’s imaginary friend from childhood is back... with a vengeance.

Kyle hasn't seen Mr Mumbles in years. And there's a good reason for that: Mr Mumbles doesn't exist.

But now Kyle's imaginary friend is back, and Kyle doesn't have time to worry about why. Only one thing matters: staying alive...

A major series from a fresh talent, brought to you by the publisher that put horror on the map.

 

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Review: Mr Mumbles (Invisible Fiends #1)

User Review  - Harriet - Goodreads

I found this book compelling; I couldn't stop reading! I was hanging off the edge of my seat just as much at the end as I was at the beginning ,which just shows what a good read it is. Read full review

Review: Mr Mumbles (Invisible Fiends #1)

User Review  - Wallace Dempster - Goodreads

Mr Mumbles was a fantastic book which was at parts quite scary. The book is very absorbing and you can't put it as you want to see what is going to happen. The author is on of my favorites and I think that this book is very good. Read full review

Contents

PROLOGUE
THIRTYFOUR DAYSEARLIER
Chapter OneJINGLE HELL
Chapter TwoA FORGOTTEN FRIEND
Chapter ThreeGHOSTS OF THE PAST
Chapter FourTHE RETURN
Chapter FiveA NEW FRIEND
Chapter SixTRAPPED LIKE RATS
Chapter TwelveTHE GET AWAY
Chapter ThirteenA NOTE FROM THE PAST
Chapter FourteenREVELATIONS
Chapter FifteenTHE TRUTH
Chapter SixteenWHERE IT ALL BEGAN
Chapter SeventeenWATER WATER EVERYWHERE
Chapter EighteenFAITH
Chapter NineteenA FIGHT TO THE DEATH

Chapter SevenTHE BEST FORM OF DEFENCE
Chapter EightMOVING THE DONKEY
Chapter NineTHE DARKEST CORNERS
Chapter TenTHE FIRST MEETING
Chapter ElevenTHE BOY IN BLUE
Chapter TwentyNOT THE END
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Barry Hutchison hails from the Highlands of Scotland, where he spends time writing screenplays, comics and scary children’s books. He is in his early thirties – but on a good day could easily pass for mid-forties – and lives happily with his long-term partner and young son.

He is tall – but not like the BFG or that – and likes seafood, comics and Elvis, though not necessarily in that order.

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