Son of Death


Forget everything you know about dark, hooded figures with scythes: these days grim reapers dress like everyone else, have families of their own and scythes that look a lot like mobile phones. 

But still, grim-reaping is a chore for Sod. Every day after school, he's expected to guide souls into the afterlife. And it's really going to get in the way of playing guitar with his band.

But when he starts neglecting his grim-reaping duties, things go awry in the universe. It’s up to Sod and his new goth friend, Graveyard Girl, to work out how to put things right again.
 

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ISBN:

9781742973159

Format:

Paperback

Pages:

304

Dimensions:

19cm x 12cm

RRP:

$19.99

Category:

Middle-grade Fiction

Publisher:

Hardie Grant Egmont

Published:

01 February 2015

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Andrew Mcdonald

Andrew McDonald is a Melbourne writer and author of books for young readers. In 2009 he published his hilarious debut middle-grade novel, The Greatest Blogger in the World, about a kid called Charlie who wants to use his blog to Be the Hero, Get the Girl and Save the Day.

Son of Death is his second novel, a black comedy about grim reaping, family responsiblity and rock'n'roll. Andrew is a graduate of RMIT's