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Dancing Jax
Dancing Jax Robin Jarvis

Author

Robin Jarvis

Publisher

HarperCollinsUK

Release date

3rd February 2011

Pages

535

Alcolades

Rotherham Book Awards 2012 - Nominated

Followed by

Dancing Jax: Freax And Rejex

Dancing Jax is the first novel in the Dancing Jax series. The book was first published on 3rd February 2011 by HarperCollinsUK.

SynopsisEdit

At the end of a track, on the outskirts of an ordinary coastal town, lies a dilapidated house. Once, a group of amateur ghost hunters spent the night there. Two of them don’t like to speak about the experience. The third can’t speak about it. He went into the basement, you see, and afterwards he screamed so hard and so long he tore his vocal cords.

Now, a group of adults have decided to ransack the old house. Dismissing the fears of the others, their leader Jezza goes down into the basement… and comes back up with a children’s book, full of strange and colourful tales of a playing-card world, a fairytale world, full of Jacks, Queens and Kings,unicorns and wolves.

But the book is no fairytale. Written by Austerly Fellows , a mysterious turn-of-the-century occultist, it just might be the gateway to something terrifying…and awfully final. As the children and teenagers of the town are swept up by its terrible power, swept into its seductive world, something has begun that could usher in hell on earth. Soon, the only people standing in its way are a young boy with a sci-fi obsession, and his dad – an unassuming maths teacher called Martin…

StoryEdit

Characters IntroducedEdit

EarthEdit

Martin Baxter Jezza  Sheila Doyle Sandra Dixon Paul Thornbury Carol Thornbury

MooncasterEdit

The Ismus -The Holy EnchanterEdit

Lady Labella -The High Preistess Jill of Hearts   Jack of Diamonds The Jockey

Character DeathsEdit

EarthEdit

Sheila Doyle

MooncasterEdit

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

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