When the bungling Norman accidentally blows himself up, along with his pet cat Morph, they awake to find themselves in a new and mysterious world. Greeted by Sir Poop, the pair are invited to join an elite, highly-trained team of Ghosteleers. Their mission is to protect very special humans from harm by using their amazing telekinetic powers.
Unfortunately for Norman, he quickly discovers his smug cat is the one
with the ability... and brains.
The most important fight in the history of the planet is about to take place, one that could change the future forever. The duo must act quickly, use their new-found ghostly skills, and save the day! Thankfully, Norman’s cat is going to be there.
PACKED WITH ADVENTURE
FAST-PACED GHOSTLY FUN
Philip Beicken was born in Galway, Ireland but moved to England when he was
6 months old. He lives in West Sussex with his wife and two children and spends most of time clearing up the mess made by the growing number of animals his daughter adopts. Included in that list are three kittens named Molly, Marley and Bear, who like nothing more than chasing every leaf, butterfly and frog in the garden.
Even at an early age, Philip enjoyed creating fast paced, light-hearted stories filled with heroes, heroines and villains. His love of all sports, especially tennis and badminton, keeps him active for large spells during the week. When he’s not writing, he runs his own business as a 360 videographer, which has enabled him to film in the USA and Europe.
The Ghosteleers by Philip Beicken
The Ghosteleers is such a great story! There are loads of crazy antics with dimension travelling, mysterious baddies and challenges to overcome. The pace never slows and things that go wrong still usually, but not always, turn out right. Thoroughly entertaining and highly recommended! We’re looking forward to the next in the series...
BRIDGET CORDY / FREELANCE WRITER
'A thrilling, entertaining adventure, with non-stop spills and laughter. Famous Five meets Ghostbusters. My kids adored it!'
I really enjoyed the fact that the cat is way more intelligent than Norman and it was hilarious when Norman thought he could walk through walls. I’d recommend this book to everyone from 7 to 11 if they like funny stories - and seriously, who doesn’t?
JAMES / AGE 10
"had to laugh"
"full of action"