vs the Clone Warriors by David Grimstone


vs the Clone Warriors by David Grimstone

Decimus finally finds the children that vanished from nearby towns. Whilst the missing kids face mortal danger, Decimus and his friends must first overcome the demons lurking within the Screaming Void. But even if they defeat these fearful monsters ...can they survive a battle against the undefeated Clone Warriors?

About the Author

David Grimstone

David Grimstone was born in Margate on 25th January 1978. When he was a boy, he was often accused of daydreaming and 'drifting off' during classes. He once let in five goals during a PE football match because he thought he'd seen a sparrow-hawk and went to investigate. The only two lessons he loved at school were English and History. David lives in Kent with his wife, Chiara, and their son Sebastian.

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112 pages


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Publication date

1st July 2010



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