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FREE READ Leave It To Chance Book 2: Trick Or Threat (Leave It to Chance (Graphic Novels)) 107 æ The Concept Fourteen year old Chance Falconer has occult investigation in her blood Her father Lucas Falconer is the protector against supernatural crime in the city of Devil's Echo an amazing place whEnough to take up that mantle This Collection Leave it to Chance Volume II Trick or Threat collecting original issues #5 8 introduces our intrepid heroine to a new circle of friends and pits Chance against a new cast of dastardly villains misunderstood monsters and otherworldly apparitions From the festive streets of Devil's Echo on Halloween night to haunted pirate caves and even at her favorite shopping.

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The Concept Fourteen year old Chance Falconer has occult investigation in her blood Her father Lucas Falconer is the protector against supernatural crime in the city of Devil's Echo an amazing place where the magic and monsters are an everyday occurrenceThis is a family tradition handed down from one generation to the next but will Chance's knack for landing herself in big trouble stop her from living long. great graphics colouring and story line can't wait to read the next one finished this one in one sitting

James Robinson ☆ 7 FREE READ

Leave It To Chance Book 2 Trick Or Threat Leave It to Chance Graphic NovelsMall the young danger magnet Chance Falconer finds paranormal peril at every turn Praised for its widespread appeal and ability to entertain both children and adults alike Trick or Threat is the latest in Image's ongoing collections of the Harvey and Eisner award winning Leave it to Chance material Printed in an oversized hardcover format this edition is Leave it to Chance as you have never seen it before. I would have liked to spend time with our existing characters but it's still good reading from Robinson and Smith