The City of Fear by Andrew Beasley
  

The City of Fear

Written by Andrew Beasley
Illustrated by David Wyatt
Part of the Battles of Ben Kingdom Series

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The final instalment in this epic trilogy, The Battles of Ben Kingdom. An action-packed adventure series which will appeal to boys and girls, combining the timeless theme of good versus evil with steampunk gadgetry and free-running angels.

Some of our Lovereading4kids kids reader review panel were lucky enough to read and review the first Ben Kingdom adventure, The Claws of Evil... here's a taster..... 'I really like this book because it is filled with mysteries and puzzles' and 'Your emotions go flying when you dive into this adventurous and surprising book; ups and downs are magically created. No dislikes at all.'

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Synopsis

The City of Fear by Andrew Beasley

Victorian London is ruled by fear. The bloodthirsty Legion have captured the Queen and walled off the city, ushering in a reign of terror. Only Ben Kingdom and his motley band of rebels can stop them, but in the darkest pit of hell, evil creatures are stirring, ready to be called forth...

The Battles of Ben Kingdom trilogy..

City of Fear

About the Author

Andrew Beasley

As a child adventure was everywhere for Andrew Beasley; he went exploring Scunge Island and had an underground base made out of sunken coal bunker. Now that he's grown up, Andrew works as a primary school teacher in Cornwall and the author of The Battles of Ben Kingdom series. The Claws of Evil was his first book for children.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
338 pages
Interest Age: 10+

Author

Andrew Beasley
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st August 2014

ISBN

9781409570325

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