Blart 3: The Boy Who Set Sail on a Questionable Quest
Written by Dominic Barker
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Hilarious adventures of a reluctant hero. Blart is back for a new set of adventures. This time he is on a deadly mission to save Princess Lois – and he doesn’t even like her! Sailing across the treacherous sea he is besieged by cut throat pirates and the deadly Guild of Assassins. Can the ever-resourceful hero win through? This is the third book in the series. ~ Julia Eccleshare
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Blart 3: The Boy Who Set Sail on a Questionable Quest by Dominic Barker
Princess Lois has been kidnapped by Anatoly the Handsome. Blart sets out on the good ship The Golden Pig with Olaf the innocent and Kupverstich the Strange. They must battle cut-throat pirates, a sixteen-tentacled octopus, escape the suffocating bureaucracy of Triplicat, where they are briefly marooned. But will they make it in time?
[a] ridiculously enjoyable anti-fairytale ... a witty and engaging treat. I read it in one sitting with a big smile on my face' The Bookseller
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Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
7th April 2008
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