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PublisherBarrington Stoke Ltd
Suitable for AgesFeatured Books for 11+ readers
Featured Books for 9+ readers
Publication date29th January 2010
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The Five Lords of Pain: Book 1 The Lord of the Mountain
Part of the 'Five Lords of Pain' Series
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Interest Age 11+ Reading Age 8+. This is a brand new series from Barrington Stoke with huge appeal to fans of manga, martial arts and magic and particularly suitable for reluctant or struggling readers of 9 or 10+ as the books are real page-turners and best of all, they are short – less than 100 pages. There will be five titles in the series and these will be published bi-monthly during the course of 2010.
Tom Yamada is a warrior who must defeat the five demon Lords of Pain. This first book in the Lords of Pain series.
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SynopsisThe Five Lords of Pain: Book 1 The Lord of the Mountain by James Lovegrove
Tom Yamada seems like any 15-year-old but he’s actually a supreme martial artist, training daily to face a terrifying challenge when he turns 30. It’s his destiny to fight the 5 Lords of Pain – demons who have been trying to break into our world for centuries. But something’s gone wrong. Tom must face the 5 Lords now – and no way is he ready. If he loses, a new Dark Age will begin. No pressure, then…
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About The Author
James Lovegrove first began writing seriously while at university. He now is the author of several acclaimed novels and books for children. His satirical book, Days, was shortlisted for the 1998 Arthur C. Clarke Award. The short novel Wings, published by Barrington Stoke, was short-listed for several awards. His other titles for Barrington Stoke are Ant God, Cold Keep, Dead Brigade, Free Runner and Kill Swap.
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