The Pirates of Pangaea by Dan Hartwell, Neill Cameron
  

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The Pirates of Pangaea by Dan Hartwell, Neill Cameron

The year is 1717. The newly discovered island of Pangaea is the most dangerous place on Earth, where dinosaurs still walk the land - Sophie Delacourt has been sent to Pangaea to stay with her uncle. But little does she know its perils - for Pangaea is a lawless wilderness, teeming with cut-throat pirates! Kidnapped and imprisoned, Sophie must escape from the ruthless Captain Brookes and embark upon an epic journey, to find her way home -

About the Author

Daniel Hartwell has been writing comics for years, and used to run the Caption convention. Dan has worked in lots of interesting places including a magistrates court, for a mental health team and as a PA to a brain surgeon. Neill Cameron is a professional illustrator, writer and comics artist who has illustrated projects ranging from Doctor Who, Thor and Transfomers to Shakespeare and comics about traffic safety. His first graphic novel, the giant robot school comedy epic 'Mo-Bot High', is available now as part of the fantastic DFC Library series. Neill is currently working on new projects combining dinosaurs, pirates, monkeys and numerous other Things That Are Awesome for new weekly children's comic The Phoenix, launching in January 2012.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Dan Hartwell, Neill Cameron
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Publisher

David Fickling Books

Publication date

5th February 2015

ISBN

9781910200087


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