Rugby Zombies, The: Number Two by Dan Anthony
  

Rugby Zombies, The: Number Two

Written by Dan Anthony
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Rugby Zombies, The: Number Two by Dan Anthony

A sequel to The Rugby Zombies. Arwel is in despair. His strange teammates are on the loose - somewhere - and causing all kinds of chaos. In the meantime, his rugby career has taken a nosedive. Now Dad's gone missing, booted out of the Aberscary club by members unhappy with Arwel's performance. First published in 2011. -- Welsh Books Council

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Let me say from the start that I am not a fan of either rugby or zombies. Despite that, though, this novel is superb. I had already bought it before I was asked to review it

About the Author

Dan Anthony is an experienced scriptwriter and short story writer, having written and directed many radio programmes for BBC Radio Wales, and scripted plays for BBC Radio 4. He has written widely for children, working as a scriptwriter on CBBC's Story of Tracy Beaker and S4C's The Baaas. Number Two is his second novel, following on from the roaring success of The Rugby Zombies in 2010. He lives in Penarth, Cardiff.

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Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Dan Anthony
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Publisher

Pont Books an imprint of Gomer Press

Publication date

1st September 2011

ISBN

9781848513976


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