October 2020

ISBN13: 9781786750976
HB - 235 x 155mm
30 black & white Illustrations
Age: 10+

Rights: World
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Market: Children's Gothic Fiction

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

by Robert Louis Stevenson
Illustrated by Pete Williamson

“I have been doomed to such a dreadful shipwreck: that man is not truly one, but truly two.”

In a quest to discover his inner self, celebrated physician Dr Henry Jekyll, uncovers a monster. At first he attempts to conceal this but gradually Hyde becomes stronger and stronger, dominating Jekyll and ultimately destroying them both.

First published to immediate acclaim in 1886, this mesmerising thriller is a terrifying study of the lightness and darkness living inside every human soul.

Robert Louis Stevenson was born in Edinburgh in November 1850. He is best known for Treasure Island, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Kidnapped and The Master of Ballantrae. 

Illustrator Pete Williamson is an artist, illustrator and animation designer. His highly acclaimed work includes the award-winning Dinkin Dings and the Frightening Things and the wonderful gothic pottiness of Marcus Sedgwick's The Raven Mysteries.

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