Wild Boy and the Black Terror By Rob Lloyd Jones

The second in a series of pacy mystery adventure stories for 9+ readers, set in the seamy, smoggy underworld of Victorian London.

A new sensation grips London a poisoner who strikes without a trace, leaving victims mad with terror and then dead. Is there a cure for the BLACK TERROR? To find out, Wild Boy and Clarissa must catch the killer. Their hunt will lead them from the citys vilest slums to its grandest palaces, and to a darkness at the heart of its very highest society. Wild Boy and the Black Terror

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One of the best children's book I have read to my 10 year old. Gripped her from the start to end. Buy it !

I also enjoyed reading it too her ! Wild Boy and the Black Terror Bought for my 10 year old son. He has Wild Boy which he enjoyed and asked for this one too. He said that this one is just as good as the first and he has told his friends about it. Wild Boy and the Black Terror

The story is set in 1842 London. Wild Boy and his friend, Clarissa become involved in a complicated mystery
that has origins in India. Wild Boy and the Black Terror Excellent follow up and again a superb page turning read.
Would well recommended this book as its excellent
Super stuff Wild Boy and the Black Terror My children and I read the first book in this series, Wild Boy, over the half term holidays. We ate it up in a week, and absolutely loved it. We ordered this sequel immediately we came home, and have been reading it ever since. We think it is just as good as the first book, and it was great to see how the characters of Clarissa and Wild Boy develop. The story is taut, suspenseful and very exciting, and has excellent twists and turns, which really leave you guessing to the very end. It is just as violent and dark as the first book, and because of that I wouldn't recommend it to the under tens, but my children all loved it. So did I. Wild Boy and the Black Terror Circus performers Wild Boy and Clarissa first hit the scene in WILD BOY, where they helped solve a murder mystery and came to terms with their unique abilities.

Although Wild Boy and Clarissa are at first most concerned with their standing within the Black Hats a secret organization their adoptee guardian Marcus invited them into that views them as young liabilities than useful members they are quickly thrown headfirst into a mystery that hits a little too close to home. Apparently, a demon named Malphas is terrorizing people to death. When Malphas attacks Marcus, Wild Boy and Clarissa have no choice but to stop Malphas from killing anyone else and find a cure to save Marcus. In their investigation, they learn that black diamonds are responsible for the deadly black terror and that there are very few black diamonds in existence. In fact, one of the most famous black diamonds is in Queen Victoria’s possession!

Wild Boy and Clarissa are confident in their mystery solving talents, but suffer a major setback when Clarissa becomes a suspect in the case. Wild Boy is forced to work alone and rely heavily on his observation abilities to not let a single clue slip through the cracks.

In WILD BOY & THE BLACK TERROR, Wild Boy and Clarissa are freed from the confines of the circus and set loose on the streets of 18th century London. Readers will thoroughly enjoy the different traps Wild Boy and Clarissa keep falling into, and might just find themselves wondering if demons are actually real after and victims are scared to death. Even if you didn’t read the prequel, WILD BOY, don’t worry. This worthy sequel stands on its own, and you’ll find yourself wanting .

Reviewed by Benjamin Boche Wild Boy and the Black Terror Purchased from our granddaughters Christmas list and greatly received. A book she has read and re read several times. Wild Boy and the Black Terror