Gravespeakers: Crispin is the third in a set of six Gravespeakers books by Anthony Garvey. Crispin is a strong-minded 12-year-old who lives with his granny in a small cottage in Dingle, in County Kerry in Ireland. He is bullied in school and seeks sanctuary in computers and through his hobby, fishing. He discovers on his twelfth birthday he is one of six children who can communicate with the dead. To retain his powers until his eighteenth birthday, he must rescue his parents from a remote island in just thirty days. It all comes as a shock to Crispin who believed his parents had died in a plane crash when he was only 4. But there are forces who want to stop Crispin from carrying out his task. They wish to maintain the natural order and Crispin has to battle against all the odds to rescue his parents. He finally finds them. But will they all make it off the remote island alive?