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Eoin Colfer - Michael Scott - Marcus Sedgwick - Philip Reeve - Patrick Ness - Richelle Mead - Malorie Blackman - Alex Scarrow - Charlie Higson - Derek Landy - Neil Gaiman - Holly Black - Naomi Alderman - Doctor Who - Thirteen Doctors 13 Stories
Twelve wonderful tales of adventure, science, magic, monsters and time travel - featuring all twelve Doctors - are waiting for you in this very special Doctor Who book. And now they're joined by a very exciting, and very exclusive, new tale written by Naomi Alderman that will star the Thirteenth Doctor, as she battles to save the universe with her three close and trusted friends. Other authors featured are: Eoin Colfer, Michael Scott, Marcus Sedgwick, Philip Reeve, Patrick Ness, Richelle Mead, Malorie Blackman, Alex Scarrow, Charlie Higson, Derek Landy, Neil Gaiman, and Holly Black.
Marcus Sedgwick - Vampires and Volts
Join the wonderfully weird Otherhand family and their faithful guardian, Edgar the raven, and discover the dark secrets of Castle Otherhand. It's Halloween and the Otherhands are enjoying the Annual Pumpkin Hunt. There's a technique to catching these orange beasties, whipping off their heads and ending up knee-deep in pumpkin goo. The squishy ones are always the best. And pumpkin fun aside there are preparations to be made, at short notice, for the Great Halloween Ball at Otherhand Castle. Minty is all a-fluster. Solstice is busy spraying fake cobwebs everywhere. Valevine is in charge of disorganising everyone's carefully laid plans, and Cudweed seems hungrier than ever and oddly preoccupied with 'fresh brains'. In fact when Silas, Valevine's long lost brother and black sheep of the family, turns up with Samantha and the party is in full swing the Otherhands would be well-advised to check out their guests. It's not long before wily Edgar works out that there's a preponderance of vampires and not all of them have false teeth. Just when he's about to solve the latest mystery at Otherhand Castle, the lights go out... Dedicated website on Raven Mysteries: www.ravenmysteries.co.uk
Marcus Sedgwick - My Swordhand is Singing
In a bitter winter, Tomas and his son, Peter, settle in a small village as woodcutters. Tomas digs a channel of fast-flowing waters around their hut so that they have their own little island kingdom. Peter doesn't understand why his father has done this, or why his father carries a long, battered box, whose mysterious contents he is forbidden to know. But Tomas is a man with a past--a past that is tracking him with deadly intent. As surely as the snow falls softly in the forest of a hundred thousand silver birch trees, father and son must face a soulless enemy and a terrifying destiny.
Marcus Sedgwick - She is not invisible
Two dried mice. A fluffy raven called Stan. A suicidal austrian biologist... Is it coincidence or something more sinister that draws them together? Many strange thing collide in Laureth Peak's life one hot August weekend. Perhaps srangest of all is the way her dad had been acting lately. And now he's disappeared. It looks as if his obsession with coincidence might have fatal consequences. As Laureth sets off for New York with her strange younger brother, Benjamin, she has a little faith in herself. But she has a burning determination to find her missing father. She has just one clue to follow; his notebook. Does it contain salvation or madness?
Marcus Sedgwick - Lunatics and Luck
Join the wonderfully weird Otherhand family and their faithful guardian, Edgar the raven, and discover the dark secrets of Castle Otherhand. Solstice and Cudweed are appalled to find their father has appointed a new school master. But things get even worse when the grumpy, viciously mean teacher actually arrives. The Otherhand children are sure there's something more to him than meets the eye - the trouble is, who will believe them? No one it seems. Except, perhaps, Edgar. Third in a brand new six book series of tales of mystery (with a touch of goth-froth) for 9 year olds from bestselling author, Marcus Sedgwick. With quirky black and white line illustrations from new talent, Pete Williamson.
Holly Black - Neil Gaiman - Derek Landy - Charlie Higson - Alex Scarrow - Malorie Blackman - Richelle Mead - Patrick Ness - Philip Reeve - Marcus Sedgwick - Michael Scott - Eoin Colfer - Doctor Who: 12 Doctors, 12 Stories
To celebrate the arrival of Peter Capaldi on to our screens as the newly regenerated Doctor, this collection of Doctor Who short stories, each written by a different author, now includes an extra, brand-new twelfth adventure as part of the 12 Doctors, 12 Stories paperback anthology. Offering the perfect addition to the top-selling series, the twelfth story, "Lights Out," has been penned by self-professed Doctor Who fan and best-selling female sci-fi writer Holly Black.
Marcus Sedgwick - The Foreshadowing
It is 1915 and the First World War has only just begun. 17 year old Sasha is a well-to-do, sheltered-English girl. Just as her brother Thomas longs to be a doctor, she wants to nurse, yet girls of her class don't do that kind of work. But as the war begins and the hospitals fill with young soldiers, she gets a chance to help. But working in the hospital confirms what Sasha has suspected--she can see when someone is going to die. Her premonitions show her the brutal horrors on the battlefields of the Somme, and the faces of the soldiers who will die. And one of them is her brother Thomas. Pretending to be a real nurse, Sasha goes behind the front lines searching for Thomas, risking her own life as she races to find him, and somehow prevent his death.
Marcus Sedgwick - The Ghosts of Heaven
A bold, genre-bending epic that chronicles madness, obsession, and creation, from the Paleolithic era through the Witch Hunts and into the space-bound future. Four linked stories boldly chronicle madness, obsession, and creation through the ages. Beginning with the cave-drawings of a young girl on the brink of creating the earliest form of writing, Sedgwick traverses history, plunging into the seventeenth century witch hunts and a 1920s insane asylum where a mad poet's obsession with spirals seems to be about to unhinge the world of the doctor trying to save him. Sedgwick moves beyond the boundaries of historical fiction and into the future in the book's final section, set upon a spaceship voyaging to settle another world for the first time. Merging Sedgwick's gift for suspense with science- and historical-fiction, Ghosts of Heaven is a tale is worthy of intense obsession.
Marcus Sedgwick - Bolondok és balszerencse
Ismerkedj meg az elátkozott kastély lakóival: Vehemenc hibbant feltaláló; Mézi, a hitvese álmodozó boszorkány; kamasz lányuk, Heuréka imád nyomozni; Vadony, a nyápic öcsike pedig csak Tesó nevű félnótás majmával törődik. Még szerencse, hogy van egy őrangyaluk: Edgár, a család bölcs (és kissé szószátyár) hollója. Földrengés dúlta fel Átokzug nyugalmát. Azóta Vehemenc legújabb találmányán, a Jövendöméteren dolgozik, Heuréka és Vadony életét pedig új magántanár keseríti meg. A titokzatos tanerőt ráadásul mintha sötét titok és ázottkutyaszag lengené körül... A két gyerek azonban hiába győzködi szüleit, hogy Mr. Boondash körül valami nagyon nincs rendben. Nem hisz nekik senki. Senki, csak Edgár.
Marcus Sedgwick - Mister Memory
In Paris in the year 1899, Marcel Despres is arrested for the murder of his wife and transferred to the famous Salpetriere asylum. And there the story might have stopped. But the doctor assigned to his care soon realises this is no ordinary patient: Marcel Despres, Mister Memory, is a man who cannot forget. And the policeman assigned to his case soon realises that something else is at stake: for why else would the criminal have been hurried off to hospital, and why are his superiors so keen for the whole affair to be closed? This crime involves something bigger and stranger than a lovers' fight - something with links to the highest and lowest establishments in France. The policeman and the doctor between them must unravel the mystery...but the answers lie inside Marcel's head. And how can he tell what is significant when he remembers every detail of every moment of his entire life
Marcus Sedgwick - Vízözön és vesztegzár
Átokzug rejtett bugyraiból egy ádáz bestia kúszik elő. Miközben eltünedeznek a szobalányok, a kastély lassan, de biztosan víz alá kerül. Itt már csak Edgár és Heuréka segíthet… Az Átokzugi família hajmeresztő kalandjait regélik el a… Hollócsőr históriák Ismerkedj meg az elátkozott kastély lakóival: Vehemenc hibbant feltaláló; Mézi, a hitvese álmodozó boszorkány; kamasz lányuk, Heuréka imád nyomozni; Vadony, a nyápic öcsike pedig csak Tesó nevű félnótás majmával törődik. Még szerencse, hogy van egy őrangyaluk: Edgár, a család bölcs (és kissé szószátyár) hollója.
Marcus Sedgwick - White Crow
It's summer. Rebecca is an unwilling visitor to Winterfold - taken from the buzz of London and her friends and what she thinks is the start of a promising romance. Ferelith already lives in Winterfold - it's a place that doesn't like to let you go, and she knows it inside out - the beach, the crumbling cliff paths, the village streets, the woods, the deserted churches and ruined graveyards, year by year being swallowed by the sea. Against her better judgement, Rebecca and Ferelith become friends, and during that long, hot, claustrophobic summer they discover more about each other and about Winterfold than either of them really want to, uncovering frightening secrets that would be best left long forgotten. Interwoven with Rebecca and Ferelith's stories is that of the seventeenth century Rector and Dr Barrieux, master of Winterfold Hall, whose bizarre and bloody experiments into the after-life might make angels weep, and the devil crow.
Marcus Sedgwick - Boszorkánydomb
A tűzvész olyan családi tragédia volt, ami élete végéig kísérti majd Jamie-t. De Crownhill falvában még más is zajlik: valami félelmetes, amelynek egy gonosz vénasszonyhoz van köze, aki Jamie álmaiba furakszik. És egy rémült lányhoz, aki egy boszorkányüldözés áldozata. Jamie mindenütt érzi a lány jelenlétét. Bárcsak áttörhetné az időkorlátot, és megmenthetné. Egy mai fiú, egy XVII. századi lány, egy vénségesen vén öregasszony: életüket egyetlen pillanatra a tűz forrasztja össze. És miközben fény derül Cronwhill és a boszorkányai sötét titkaira, Jamie szembenéz a legszörnyűbb félelmeivel, hogy felszabadítsa magát a múlt borzalmai alól. Marcus Sedgwick, a neves és kedvelt író magával ragadó regénye.
Marcus Sedgwick - Saint Death
Anapra is one of the poorest neighbourhoods in the Mexican city of Juarez - twenty metres outside town lies a fence, and beyond it, America - the dangerous goal of many a migrant. Faustino is one such trying to escape from the gang he's been working for. He's dipped into a pile of dollars he was supposed to be hiding and now he's on the run. He and his friend, Arturo, have only 36 hours to replace the missing money, or they're as good as dead. Watching over them is Saint Death. Saint Death (or Santissima Muerte) - she of pure bone and charcoal-black eye, she of absolute loyalty and neutral morality, holy patron to rich and poor, to prostitute and narco-lord, criminal and police-chief. A folk saint, a rebel angel, a sinister guardian.
Marcus Sedgwick - Blood Red, Snow White
Russia wakes from a long sleep and marches to St Petersburg to claim her birthright. Her awakening will mark the end for the Romanovs, and the dawn of a new era that changed the world. Arthur Ransome, a journalist and writer, was part of it all. He left his family in England and fell in love with Russia and a Russian woman. This is his story.
Marcus Sedgwick - Ghosts and Gadgets
Join the wonderfully weird Otherhand family and their faithful guardian, Edgar the raven, and discover the dark secrets of Castle Otherhand. The rumblings and wailings from the Lost South Wing can no longer be ignored, as one by one, members of the castle are being found frozen, 'scared to death'. With mother, Minty, obsessing over her latest fad - sewing - and father, Valevine, busy experimenting with a machine to discover the Lost Otherhand treasure, it's up to aspiring ghost-hunters Solstice and Cudweed to solve the mystery. But as usual, things don't go quite as planned... It's just as well Edgar is there to save the day!
Marcus Sedgwick - Midwinterblood
Have you ever had the feeling that you've lived another life? Been somewhere that has felt totally familiar, even though you've never been there before, or felt that you know someone well, even though you are meeting them for the first time? It happens. In 2073 on the remote and secretive island of Blessed, where rumour has it that no one ages and no children are born, a visiting journalist, Eric Seven, and a young local woman known as Merle are ritually slain. Their deaths echo a moment ten centuries before, when, in the dark of the moon, a king was slain, tragically torn from his queen. Their souls search to be reunited, and as mother and son, artist and child, forbidden lovers, victims of a vampire they come close to finding what they've lost. In a novel comprising seven parts, each influenced by a moon - the flower moon, the harvest moon, the hunter's moon, the blood moon - this is the story of Eric and Merle whose souls have been searching for each other since their untimely parting.
Marcus Sedgwick - Flood and Fang
Meet the wonderfully weird Otherhand family and their faithful guardian, Edgar the raven, and discover the dark secrets of Castle Otherhand. Edgar is alarmed when he sees a nasty looking black tail slinking under the castle walls. But his warnings to the inhabitants of the castle go unheeded: Lord Valevine Otherhand is too busy trying to invent the unthinkable and discover the unknowable; his wife, Minty, is too absorbed in her latest obsession - baking; and ten-year-old Cudweed is running riot with his infernal pet monkey. Only Solstice, the black-haired, poetry-writing Otherhand daughter, seems to pay any attention. As the lower storeys of the castle begin mysteriously to flood, and kitchen maids continue to go missing, the family come ever closer to the owner of the black tail... First in a brand new six book series of tales of mystery (with a touch of goth-froth) for 9 year olds from bestselling author, Marcus Sedgwick. With quirky black and white line illustrations from new talent, Pete Williamson.
Marcus Sedgwick - The Kiss of Death
Marcus Sedgwick's tale of Venice and vampires is a captivating companion volume to the bestselling My Swordhand is Singing. Marko and Sorrel meet in Venice for the first time. They must uncover the mystery of what has happened both to Sorrel's father, plagued by a strange madness that prevents him from sleeping, and to Marko's father, a doctor, who has mysteriously gone missing after travelling to Venice to help his old friend. Years on from My Swordhand is Singing and Peter is still on the trail of the Shadow Queen. His search leads him to Venice, a city whose beauty disguises many ugly secrets. The Shadow Queen is there, gathering strength, recruiting a new army of the Undead for a final confrontation. This fabled city with its lapping waterways, its crumbling magnificence, dark, twisting alleyways and surprising piazzas is the perfect setting for Marcus's captivating gothic novel of love and loss in 18th century Venice.
Marcus Sedgwick - Kísértetek és ketyerék
Nem elég, hogy Vadony és Tesó teljes sokkot kap egy állítólagos kísértettől, Vehemenc is mindenkit őrületbe kerget legújabb ketyeréjével, a Szuperszonikus Kincsvadász Detektorral. Amikor még Fantomaxi kapitány is felforgatja a kastély lakóinak életét, Edgár és Heuréka elindul az elhagyatott déli szárny felé... Az Átokzugi família hajmeresztő kalandjait regélik el a… Hollócsőr históriák Ismerkedj meg az elátkozott kastély lakóival: Vehemenc hibbant feltaláló; Mézi, a hitvese álmodozó boszorkány; kamasz lányuk, Heuréka imád nyomozni; Vadony, a nyápic öcsike pedig csak Tesó nevű félnótás majmával törődik. Még szerencse, hogy van egy őrangyaluk: Edgár, a család bölcs (és kissé szószátyár) hollója.
Marcus Sedgwick - Revolver
Razor-sharp, psychological thriller set in a snowy Arctic wilderness. “They say that dead men tell no tales, but they’re wrong. Even the dead tell stories.” It's 1910. In a cabin north of the Arctic Circle, in a place murderously cold and desolate, Sig Andersson is alone. Except for the corpse of his father, frozen to death that morning when he fell through the ice on the lake. The cabin is silent, so silent, and then there's a knock at the door. It's a stranger, and as his extraordinary story of gold dust and gold lust unwinds, Sig's thoughts turn more and more to his father's prized possession, a Colt revolver, hidden in the storeroom. A revolver just waiting to be used...but should Sig use it, or not?
Marcus Sedgwick - Magic and Mayhem
Join the wonderfully weird Otherhand family and their faithful guardian, Edgar the raven, and discover the dark secrets of Castle Otherhand. A trip to the circus has far-reaching consequences for the Otherhands when Fellah goes missing. Before long the Castle is plagued by a duck, a suspect fortune teller, and several cartloads of lethal cabbages. The family is preoccupied: Valevine is busy inventing a cabbage-counting machine; Minty is waiting to hear the secrets of the universe; and Solstice has discovered that Cudweed is concealing three hundred and forty-two rabbits in his bedroom. When chaos strikes and thieves infiltrate the Castle, it falls to Edgar to extract his family from a very fluffy predicament. Dedicated website on Raven Mysteries: www.ravenmysteries.co.uk
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