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“I wonder if getting electrocuted would kill a boggart. There’s no point asking Hobin. He won’t know. Hobin doesn’t do electricity. It’s way too modern for him. And since he’s the last of the boggarts, there’s no-one else I can ask.

I know he was hurt when he bit through the cable on mum’s new cooker. There was a loud bang and he went flying across the kitchen. I couldn’t let him do it again in case he really hurt himself. So I showed him how to unplug things instead.

The problem is, as soon as we go to bed he goes around and unplugs everything in the kitchen, including the fridge and the freezer.

And mum and dad think it’s all my fault.

If there’s one thing Hobin’s good at, it’s getting me in trouble.”

Hobin has lived at Ellwin Hall since time out of mind. Twelve year old Adam Ellwin has always thought Hobin was the last of the fairies – but then he happens upon a starving fairy on a trip to a stately home. Hobin isn’t at all pleased when Adam brings the new fairy home. He goes on the rampage, and that’s only the start of Adam’s problems. It turns out that there are more fairies out there – and they all have a knack for getting Adam into trouble. So does Sophie, Adam’s best friend, with her crackpot idea about the Fairy Rescue League

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