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'I watched Demon slam the phone down and shoulder out of the booth. I wanted to follow him, but as I waited for him to get a few paces ahead the phone started ringing. Demon ignored it and carried on walking. I wavered...then picked up the phone and listened...' The minute his dad books a stall at the local market, Ryan knows that things aren't going to be easy. Getting up at five o'clock in the morning to help his dad set up is bad enough. But the day becomes worse when the car is stolen and Ryan encounters dodgy dealings and a ferocious guard dog.
This is Arf's first novel-length adventure, for a slightly older age group, and is a perfect summer read. Arf expects to have to stay at home during the school holidays, while his sisters enjoy a trip to France. However, because of his customary haplessness, the plans go awry and he find himself running a camping ground and re-enacting a battle between the Saxons and the Normans! Acclaim for the series: '...a quartet of books with robust child appeal ...the brief is clearly to appeal to those recently emerging from reading schemes but requiring continuing support. But the stories have a fresh originality that will make them great favourites' - Lindsey Fraser, Guardian Education Book of the Week, 13/05/03.