The Icy Hand (Something Wickedly Weird, #2)



The Icy Hand (Something Wickedly Weird, #2) THE ICY HAND VOLUME 2 THE SECOND ADVENTURE IN STANLEY BUGGLE S SAGAEven Wicked And Weird Than The First Stanley Is Looking Forward To A Relaxing Winter After All, Nothing Could Have Been Weirder Than The Werewolf Curse And Plotting Pirates He Had To Face The Summer Before Or At Least That S What Stanley Thinks But He Has A Lot To Learn About Cramdon Rock, Especially After Accidentally Bringing Some Dead Pirates Back To Life Ones That Make The Previous Pirates He Faced Look Like Cuddly Puppy Dogs And Ones That Are Trudging Across The Arctic Determined To Fi Nd A Magical Medallion In Stanley S House The Only Person Who Can Save Him Is His Dead Great Uncle Bartholomew, Which Is A Little Tricky Considering He S Well, Dead Oh, And Did We Mention Headless With The Help Of A Talking Stuffed Fish And A New Friend Named Daisy, Stanley Sets Out To Fi Nd His Great Uncle S Head, Stop The Pirates, And Win Over Some New Readers In This Second Funny And Spooky Installment Of A Thrilling New Series.

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[Epub] ➛ The Icy Hand (Something Wickedly Weird, #2)  ➜ Chris Mould – Oldtimertips.us
  • Hardcover
  • 178 pages
  • The Icy Hand (Something Wickedly Weird, #2)
  • Chris Mould
  • English
  • 09 January 2017
  • 159643385X

10 thoughts on “The Icy Hand (Something Wickedly Weird, #2)

  1. Pop Bop says:

    Darkly Humorous and Ghostly Middle Grade Action AdventureI very much enjoyed the first book in this series and was curious to see if this second volume was as interesting and fun as the first I am happy to report that, at least for me, this book was, if anything, better.In the first volume of this series we met Stanley Buggles, who is a smart, courageous, inquisitive, and clever hero for whom you are happy to root The setting, the isolated island of Crampton Rock, is creepy and intriguing, wit Darkly Humorous and Ghostly Middle Grade Action AdventureI very much enjoyed the first book in this series and was curious to see if this second volume was as interesting and fun as the first I am happy to report that, at least for me, this book was, if anything, better.In the first volume of this series we met Stanley Buggles, who is a smart, courageous, inquisitive, and clever hero for whom you are happy to root The setting, t...

  2. Jennifer says:

    I very much enjoyed the first book in this series and was curious to see if this second volume was as interesting and fun as the first I am happy to report that, at least for me, this book was, if anything, better.In the first volume of this series we met Stanley Buggles, who is a smart, courageous, inquisitive, and clever hero for whom you are happy to root The setting, the isolated island of Crampton Rock, is creepy and intriguing, with lots of odd aspects The supporting characters are some I very much enjoyed the first book in this series and was curious to see if this second volume was as interesting and fun as the first I am happy to report that, at least for me, this book was, if anything, better.In the first volume of this series we met Stanley Buggles, who is a smart, courageous, inquisitive, and clever hero for whom you are happy to root The setting, the isolated island of Crampton Rock, is creepy and intriguing, with lots o...

  3. Jessica says:

    I received this book for free from the publisher All content and opinions are my own.The Icy Hand is the second book in the Something Wickedly Weird series by Chris Mould I haven t read the first book, but this one provided enough back story that I quickly caught up.SPOILERS FROM THE FIRST BOOKStanley, our young hero, has inherited a large and decrepit mansion from his great uncle Admiral Bartholomew Swift During his previous and first visit to Cramdock Rock, an incident with a werewolf, pira I received this book for free from the publisher All content and opinions are my own.The Icy Hand is the second book in the Something Wickedly Weird series by Chr...

  4. Stephanie says:

    Stanley heads back to Crampton Rock for his winter break, his second visit to the island after inheriting the old mansion from his great uncle, Admiral Bartholomew Swift Now Stanley is back with Mrs Carelli and his crumbling old property A new friends is made when Stanley is introduced to Daisy, the niece of the old fisherman, Mr Grouse.When we last left Stanley at the end of Book One, he had prevailed over a some dastardly pirates and a werewolf then unwittingly set off another chain of eve Stanley heads back to Crampton Rock for his winter break, his second visit to the island after inheriting the old mansion from his great uncle, Admiral Bartholomew Swift Now Stanley is back with Mrs Carelli and his crumbling old property A new friends is made when Stanley is introduced to Daisy, the niece of the old fisherman, Mr Grouse.When we last left Stanley at the end of Book One, he had prevail...

  5. Kevin says:

    Went ahead and read this second book in the series since even though I wasn t all that impressed with the first Same reaction here, while there are some creative aspects, and the illustrations add to the fun, the se...

  6. Yannie says:

    I can hardly remember ever reading this but it s a great book My friend has a hardbound copy of this when we were freshmen and the whole class seemed to have taken an interest with it I really love the adventure and the spookiness of the story, plus the fantastic illustrations and splendid artwork

  7. Go says:

    Again my husband read this to us as a family It seemed to start out with suspense and the kids were excited to see what would happen with the Stormbringers Then it became too slow paced for my kids and they lost interest It was lacking action according to my kids The important...

  8. Molly says:

    I enjoyed the second book just as much as the first The adventure continued and this time you get ghosts and pirates and you still have a talking fish Again a really fun story and plenty of great adventure to carry you through Grades 3

  9. Natlukens says:

    I really like this series and I love the artwork These don t play out like books for kids, they have real creepy elements and at times don t seem as if you are reading something for a much younger audience.

  10. Jennifer says:

    The next exciting installment of Something Wickedly Weird in which Stanley Buggles does not lose his head but does lose a number of things which have become important to him and there are all sorts of hints of things to come.

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