Hero.com: Crisis Point by Andy Briggs
  

Hero.com: Crisis Point

Written by Andy Briggs

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The third in a super-powered adventure from a master of pen and plot. If you’re looking for a book that is exploding with gadgets, gizmos, adrenaline, exotic landscapes and fun then look no further than this series, which is published alongside its nemesis, Villain.net. There’s even some integrated activity about the ‘series’ and the ‘anti series’ at www.whichsideareyouon.co.uk where you can check out interactive pages, games, codes with markers forming a mission trail. Will you the reader decide to join the heroes at the Hero Foundation or become a villain at the Council of Evil. To check out all the titles click here.

Synopsis

Hero.com: Crisis Point by Andy Briggs

The Hero Foundation is a shadow of its former self and Lord Eon - the most terrible supervillain ever - is still at large. Worse, he has hatched a plan to tear apart time. Toby and his superhero friends should be able to stop him . . . but Pete has woken from his coma a different person and Lorna has disappeared. In the titanic struggle that will follow, friendships will be tested and superhero powers strained to the limit as time runs out for the world . . . literally . . .

Also check out the Hero.com/Villain.net website

About the Author

Andy Briggs

Andy Briggs was born in Liverpool, England. Having endured many careers, ranging from pizza delivery and running his own multimedia company to teaching both IT and film-making (though not at the same time), he eventually remembered the contant encouragement he had received at an early age about his writing. That led him to launch himself on a poor unsuspecting Hollywood. In between having fun writing movie scripts, Andy now has far too much fun writing novels.

He lives in a secret lair somewhere in the south east of England-attempting to work despite his two crazy cats. His claims about possessing superpowers may be somewhat over-exaggerated…

Q & A with Andy Briggs

1. What inspired you to write these books?

2. Describe them in two lines?

3. How long did it take you to write?

4. What do you think people will say about this book?

5. Are you working on something else at the moment?

6. What is your favourite food?

7. What makes you laugh out loud?

8. What is your one luxury item you would take with you on to a Desert Island?

9. What is your most treasured memory?

10. What is your weakness?

11. What is the worst/most unusual job you have ever done?

12. Who is the person you most admire?

13. What is your most embarrassing moment?

14. What is the best piece of advice you have ever received?

15. What is the best piece of advice you could give to someone?

16. Favourite holiday destination?

17. Most treasured possession?

18. Where are you happiest?

19. Favourite biscuit?

20. Pet hates?

Being late - I always prefer to be a little early. . . or at least on time!

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Book Info

Format

Paperback

Author

Andy Briggs
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Author's Website

www.andybriggs.co.uk

Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

2nd July 2009

ISBN

9780192729255

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