Silent Bells: Ashtown Burials #4 Chapters

(26 reviews)

N.D. Wilson

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You can't wait for Book 4 (tbd) like a reasonable person?

Well, step into N. D. Wilson's kitchen. Backburner pilots flame. Plots boil over. Chapters are served al dente, spoonfuls at a time. You don't have to pardon the mess. But don't complain about hot kitchens. 

The story that began in The Dragon's Tooth only gets more exciting as the heroes race to the harrowing conclusion.

Even if you missed out forever on your chance to subscribe to the Silent Bells: Book 4 of the Ashtown Burials, you can purchase individual issues. Same thing if your dog ate that one chapter you really want to reread. Use the dropdown menu to purchase the correct issue. And if you'd like to find even more ashtown merch, or have questions, visit 

What People Are Saying:

"'Ashtown Burials,' with its unique patchwork of history and mythology, effortlessly holds its own among works by such modern fantasy greats as Rick Riordan and J.K. Rowling. Character building is exceptional, and the fast-paced plot will keep readers glued to the pages. A must-have." -School Library Journal

Nathan Wilson lives and writes in the top of a tall, skinny house only one block from where he was born. But his bestselling novels, including the highly acclaimed 100 Cupboards series, have traveled far and wide and have been translated into dozens of languages. He and his wife have five young storytellers of their own, along with an unreasonable number of pets. You can visit him online at

Watch the Trailer to the First Book HERE:

AUTHOR: Nathan Wilson

PAGES: 8 pages per chapter

SIZE: 11x17 newsprint


More Books from this Series:

The Dragon's Tooth (Book #1): Cyrus and Tigs Smith's lives are changed when an old man with a bone arrives at their hotel. Soon they find themselves initiated into one of the most ancient, secret, and dangerous secret societies in history.

The Drowned Vault (Book #2): Cyrus and Tigs go hunting for the Dragon's Tooth again, but this time they uncover an evil more dangerous than a Phoenix that has been waiting for centuries to emerge.

Empire of Bones (Book #3): Cyrus and Tigs go far underground to the dark caves below Ashtown. This book is action-packed, and will leave readers breathless.

Customer Reviews

Based on 26 reviews
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Silent Bells: Ashtown Burials #4 Chapters

Can’t wait for the next book

My son and I started reading this series a few years ago, and when we were left with a cliffhanger at the end of “Empire of Bone” we were anxious to get the next book. We waited, and lo and behold there was no book but instead this format. It was a great read, but if I’m being honest I would prefer a digital copy if a printed book was out of the question. For the price I paid, I’m terrified the pages will be ripped or lost, something I worry less about with books, and not at all with digital books. That being said I love the story, the characters, and the juicy mythology and history. Keep them coming!

Desperately want to read the last book!

I just found this series (as an adult & homeschool mom of 4) and loved it! But I am so incredibly bummed that it's $84 to get the last book. There's no way that is in our budget. Incredibly disappointing.

Pls make full book version!

$84 is too much for 15 chapters. Love the Ashtown Burials series, but I don't understand why they can't at least self-publish the 4th book for an affordable price.


Read the first three when they came out. Waited for years for the final installment -- and now that it is out they want $84 for it. Feels like a bit of bait-and-switch. Not aware of any other publishing stunt like this.

Is it worth the money?

These books are give you an experience (rather than describing) like no other. I just loved the books! Me and my family wanted to see this story come to life. So my dad purchased what has been made thus far. This first draft will have all your children waiting with eagerness for you to read the chapter. Is it worth the money? Yes, it has been wort every penny.


We were introduced to these well after 2020 so we missed the subscription. I could not then anyway, and still can’t, pay $85 for one book. Loved the series so far. Pretty disappointing way to end things.