Mister Creecher by Christopher Priestley

Publisher’s blurb

Billy is a street urchin, pickpocket and petty thief. Mister Creecher is a monstrous giant of a man who terrifies all he meets. Their relationship begins as pure convenience. But a bond swiftly develops between these two misfits as their bloody journey takes them ever northwards on the trail of their target . . . Victor Frankenstein. Friendship, trust and betrayal combine to form a dangerous liaison in this moving and frightening new book from Chris Priestley.

Further information

Christopher Priestley’s website


6 comments on “Mister Creecher by Christopher Priestley

  1. First Impression
    the front cover is very eye catching and makes it look very interesting and intriguing. The blurb doesn’t make it sound as interesting as the cover does.

  2. When I first started reading this book, I found that it took place in the 1800’s, it did put me off a bit but after I got into the story I really began to enjoy it. It had interesting characters and the author really captured how London would be at that time. I would recommend this book.

  3. i liked the book and found it interesting how in this time period the poor were treated as outcasts, not a book i would usuaully pick up myself

  4. This book was slow and uninteresting, it took a long time for something exciting to happen

  5. “Mister Creecher” had a very interesting plot. The character “Mister Creecher” really grabbed my attention. His odd like features, and unsocial habits made me pay attention to the things he did, and how he did it. I would recommend it to people that are into sci-fi and history.

  6. A very interesting book with amazing descriptions and it really captures poverty life in the Victorian era London. It has a fascinating story line and characters that will make you always want to continue reading. I would read it again.

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