Dominic Jericho


Dominic Jericho is a writer of young adult fiction. He's been writing stories since before he was a teen himself. He started with a pencil on a scruffy notepad before rapidly buying up multiple packs of empty exercise books so he could fill them with ideas, lists, concepts and illustrations. He now writes all his novels on a shiny new laptop, which unfortunately has the annoying distraction of an internet connection.<br /> <br /> Dominic lives in the South East of England. You can keep up to date with Dominic’s writing by visiting and following his blog. The blog is stuffed full of interesting book-related reading lists, reviews and lovingly flawed interpretations of literary classics. Visit now at:

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Saffelia Forrest and the Snowfall Grove

"The snow dropped on the Orb like a huge blanket of love and we rolled around in it like it was a lake of white chocolate and then cuddled up for warmth. That was when it happened, when she did it. It tasted nice, like softness. Softer than snow, warmer than heaven." When four school friends go camping they unwittingly uncover the hidden secrets of their new teachers. But as their final year at Plunket’s comes to a close, will they reveal the biggest secret of all – the one hiding in their midst. An intriguing school mystery set amid the pale snow of a bleak winter in a dark forest, Saffelia Forrest and the Snowfall Grove is the second novel in Dominic Jericho's coming-of-age series. It explores issues of friendship and misplaced authority amid the bliss of Romantic poetry.


Chardelia Foss and the River of Fear

Chardelia Foss and the River of Fear is an engrossing romantic mystery thriller set in a gothic school in the North East of England. When Danny Canterbury begins his fourth year at St Oliver Plunket’s all he wants is for fellow student Janna Chisely to notice him. But when sinister episodes shake the school, Danny finds himself at the centre of a destructive plot. Can the enigmatic Chardelia Foss help him rescue the truth before it becomes too late? Chardelia Foss and the River of Fear is a startling debut that marks the pain of first love within the often dark skies of school.