See also:
The Hanging Tree
Parasites
When Daniel Roberts is invited to the funfair by the prettiest and most popular girl in school, he can't believe his luck. Billy, Dan's best mate, on the other hand, is not convinced that Madison Page's intentions are as innocent as they first appear to be.
The funfair has come to Castleton For One Night Only and the rides and side stalls are full of excited people. Although usually shy around girls, and never really a popular member of the school, Dan suddenly feels confident, extrovert even, with Madison on his arm. He is sure that it's going to be a night he will never forget.
And he's right.
Before long Dan's dreams are shattered and his world is turned upside down. Not only has he been tricked and made to look a fool by Madison and her friends, but the fairground holds a terrible, hideous secret. A secret that puts the population of Castleton in mortal danger.
As the increasingly horrible events of the night unfold, Dan and Billy have to fight hard to survive the mayhem and slaughter happening all around them while trying to find a way to escape the nightmare they are caught up in.
It's a fight neither of them are confident of winning, especially when the truth of what is taking place at the travelling funfair becomes apparent.

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I am proud and extremely happy to annouce that World Castle Publishing have published my Young Adult novel For One Night Only.


This title is aimed at Young Adults (although hopefully it will be enjoyed by all ages).
I use the pen name Paul Waite so that the difference between my young adult novels and my adult novels is easily recognised.

    5 stars
   Loved it!
Very good read, liked the short chapers, was easy to pick up and read a chapter or 2 during the day.
Excellent descriptions of all the characters, could really picture the details.
Would highly recommend and looking forward to more of his books

    5 stars
  Another excellent horror story
WOW!!!! I have just finished reading the paper back version and, although aimed at the younger generation (of which I am definitely not, but always young at heart) I can honestly say this had me gripped. Having read The Hanging Tree and Parasites, of which the author wrote using his real name, David J Paul, I was not disappointed. A definite read for all ages.
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