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The Secret Of The Moonshard

Release date: 29 February 2024
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Sensational storytelling' - AF Steadman, author of Skandar and the Unicorn Thief.The gripping new... Read More

Product Description

Sensational storytelling' - AF Steadman, author of Skandar and the Unicorn Thief.

The gripping new magical adventure from Branford Boase winner Struan Murray.

Domino has lived her whole life believing that just one drop of magic could kill her.

Held in a floating laboratory by scheming Science Barons, she has never known a single day of freedom.

When Domino discovers that everything she's been told by the Barons is a lie, she escapes to Abzalaymon, a wondrous city filled with scientific marvels, hulking thunder lizards and hidden magic.

But the Barons are soon on Domino's trail. Because a war is brewing between science and magic. A war that could destroy the world. And Domino might just be the key to saving everyone . . .

'Thrilling' Guardian


Product Details

Title: The Secret Of The Moonshard
Author: Struan Murray
Publisher: Puffin
SKU: BK0494908
EAN: 9780241535585
Number Of Pages: 480
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Reading age : 9 - 12 years
Country Of Origin: United Kingdom
Release date: 29 February 2024

About Author

Struan Murray (Author) Struan Murray is Scottish and grew up in Edinburgh, the youngest of a large, rowdy family of redheads. His debut novel, Orphans of the Tide, won the prestigious Branford Boase Award, and was included in the Guardian's 'Best children's books of 2020'. When he's not writing, Struan is a lecturer at the University of Oxford. Vivienne To (Illustrator) Vivienne To is an illustrator and visual development artist. She has worked across feature films, television, commercials and children's publishing. She created concept art for animated movies such as The Lego Movie and Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole and was the art director on The Lego Batman Movie. She has illustrated several picture books including The Sloth Who Came To Stay, written by Margaret Wild, which was short-listed for the CBCA Award for New Illustrator. Vivienne was born in Melbourne, grew up in Sydney and lives in Wellington, New Zealand. When she isn't drawing, she can be found knitting on the couch, watching cute dogs at the local park or lost in the pages of a good book.

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