For Immediate Release: 5th September 2016
Reader’s Favorite recognizes “The Ghost of Normandy Road” in its 2016 international book award contest.
The 2016 Readers’ Favorite International Book Award Contest featured thousands of contestants from over a dozen countries.
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“Readers’ Favorite is proud to announce that “The Ghost of Normandy Road” by John Hennessy is a Silver Medal Winner in the Young Adult – Horror category in our 2016 International Book Award Contest.”
About the award winning story:
Three Legends. One True Horror.
An old house stands on Normandy Road, uncared for and uninhabited for years, until one day, believing an urban legend that no-one dares to live there, a young boy decides to cross its threshold.
Yet the house is far from empty – within its walls, a terrible evil has been disturbed.
It will take one brave soul three of the longest nights of his life to unlock its secrets, but will he live to tell the tale?
Review excerpt (Professional Review) – January 2015
‘The Ghost of Normandy Road should be an award-winning novel because it is well written and riveting. I highly recommend it for adults, as well as young adults. It is the perfect book for anyone who likes scary stories.’
– Reviewed By Kristen Van Kampen (Teen Reviewer) for Readers’ Favorite
The Ghost of Normandy Road