The Chupacabra

  • Title: The Chupacabra
  • Author: Jean Flitcroft
  • ISBN: 9781467732659
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Chupacabra Vanessa found herself looking straight into a large salivating mouth with razor sharp fangs Above it two glowing red eyes pulsed to the sound of her heart When Vanessa visits a friend s family on th
    Vanessa found herself looking straight into a large, salivating mouth with razor sharp fangs Above it, two glowing red eyes pulsed to the sound of her heart When Vanessa visits a friend s family on their ranch in Mexico, she s expecting a relaxing summer Instead, she enters a shadowy world of mysterious animal death, magical curses, and dark family secrets Vanessa Vanessa found herself looking straight into a large, salivating mouth with razor sharp fangs Above it, two glowing red eyes pulsed to the sound of her heart When Vanessa visits a friend s family on their ranch in Mexico, she s expecting a relaxing summer Instead, she enters a shadowy world of mysterious animal death, magical curses, and dark family secrets Vanessa s hosts are in trouble Their ranch is struggling there s been no rain, and animals are being killed by an unidentified predator Could it be the mythical creature mentioned in her mother s cryptid files the bloodsucking Chupacabra Or do the ranch s misfortunes have something to do with the family s painful past As Vanessa tumbles headlong into the mystery of the Chupacabra, she discovers that nothing is quite what it seems.

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    About Jean Flitcroft


    1. Jean Flitcroft, born in 1964, is an Irish author who lives in Dublin with her husband and three boys She attended Holy Child School, Killiney and studied science in University College Dublin On being awarded a Welcome Scholarship she went on to Magdalen College, Oxford University where she obtained her doctorate.Jean started as a script writer for medical and scientific films and later became a travel writer when her obsession with travel won out It was on these journeys around the world that she started writing books for children.


    501 Comments


    1. the Mexican devil book was a good book.Vanessa is on a trip with her cousin when out comes this weird vision of elchupracabra a Mexican myth. so she is horrified but she finds out in the end that it is a nagwal not the elchupracabra. the nagwal are shape-shifters of Aztec decent. Vanessa and her friend go and have fun and then fly back to Scotland. i recommend this book for children of all ages it is a good fiction mystery book.

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    2. Expected but entertainingI like the unknown and myths. This book does not draw me in right away, but towards the middle it was a fast read. Not bad for a quick leisurely read about cryptids. Facts are brief and go with the chapters.

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