Frozen Charlotte Review

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Frozen Charlotte

The second of Red Eye’s Young Adult titles published this month is Frozen Charlotte by Alex Bell and it’s a pretty creepy tale even for someone whose a long way from being a young adult.

When Sophie’s pal Jay downloads a Ouija-Board app to his phone Sophie suggests contacting her dead cousin Rebecca. Jay is daft enough to ask Rebecca when he will die and naturally that night his corpse is fished out of the canal. As if that isn’t bad enough Sophie is going to stay with Rebecca’s family in their new house on the Isle of Skye while her parents are away in America.

Arriving at the converted Victorian schoolhouse we find just about everything we need for a frightfest. The house certainly has a bit of previous, a number of pupils and the school mistress died in mysterious circumstances; it’s close to mountain path with a sheer…

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