The third book in the popular Wayward Children series take us on a sugary adventure through Confection – a world of complete nonsense. Here, everything is edible – from the soda oceans to the candy roads. However, just because everything is made of sugar doesn’t mean this world can’t host darkness and when events in the real world shakes the logic of Confection, a cold-hearted enemy returns.
When Abigail Rook arrives in New Fiddleham in 1892, she’s looking for adventure more than anything. When she meets R. F. Jackaby, a quirky investigator who claims he can see unworldly beings, she gets more than she craved for as she ends up in a world of foul creatures and a series of dead bodies.
Cassidy Blake can see ghosts. In fact, her best friend is a ghost. The irony here? Her parents are professional ghost hunters following clues and legends – not sharing (or knowing about) their daughter’s ability. When they get their own ghost hunter television show, Cassidy’s world is turned upside down. They’re off to Edinburgh, a town full of spirits, some nicer than others…