Call of the Phoenix by Alex Woolf
  

Synopsis

Call of the Phoenix by Alex Woolf

This breathtaking steampunk adventure series introduces an alternative 19th century of giant airships soaring through the skies above the English Channel, fantastical, steam-powered automata, aerial steam carriages, floating cities and a new kind of secret agent. As Napoleon's airborne invasion of England begins, Lady Arabella and the Sky Sisters face a new enemy, the Equestrians: a group of ruthless, masked fighters mounted on powerful mechanical horses. The future looks bleak as Arabella and Miles, her trusty steam-powered sidekick, battle to save the British Empire from a fleet of gigantic airships and a terrifying army of iron centaurs.

About the Author

Alex Woolf

Alex Woolf was born in Willesden Green, North-West London in 1964 and studied History and Politics at Essex University. He has travelled in America and Europe and worked variously as an accountant, a warehouse assistant, a print buyer, a door-to-door salesman and a dish washer in a roach-infested restaurant in Florida. Since 1995, he has been editing books for young people, and in 2001, he began to write. He has penned more than 40 books on a surprisingly wide range of topics, including the fantastic new fiction title, Aldo Moon and the Ghost of Gravewood Hall.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
385 pages

Author

Alex Woolf
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Author's Website

alexwoolf.co.uk/

Publisher

Scribo an imprint of Salariya Book Company Ltd

Publication date

21st May 2015

ISBN

9781910184875


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