The Nightmare Game -The Lost Trilogy book 3
Written by Gillian Cross
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The Lost trilogy concludes with a powerful drama in the real world that has serious repercussions in the miniature world which Rob also inhabits. Rob has to work hard to keep everyone while also trying to work out why the man with the terrifying blue eyes is so powerful. The first one was The Dark Ground and the second part of the Lost trilogy is The Black Room.
The Nightmare Game -The Lost Trilogy book 3 by Gillian Cross
When they took Hope, it was to save her. But now Hope has disappeared. Just when the three friends need to be closest, Emma disappears and Tom starts acting weirdly. Rob is sure the man with blue eyes has something to do with it. If he dares to confront him, will he be able to save his pals? And if he's wrong, what price will they end up paying?
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More books by Gillian Cross
Oxford University Press
5th July 2007
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