By Joseph Delaney
For years, the neighborhood Spook has been holding the County secure from evil. Now his time is coming to an finish, yet who will take over? Many apprentices have attempted. a few floundered, a few fled, a few didn't remain alive. only one boy is left. Thomas Ward. he's the final desire. yet does he stand an opportunity opposed to mom Malkin, the main risky witch within the County?
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