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A hurtling adventure begins at the click of a computer. Ordinary schoolboy Jake Hunter finds himself a global fugitive wanted for blackmail, theft and kidnapping after he enters a tempting looking website. The stakes are high in the race for survival. Why not also try the book Hero.com: Rise of the Heroes, the hero series that’s is being published alongside its antithesis to decide for yourself which side you’re on. If you need help to decide then you can also check out www.whichsideareyouon.co.uk
School bully Jake Hunter receives a mysterious email inviting him to join a scheme for world domination. With unlimited power and wealth at his fingertips, how can he resist? But to get it he has to become an arch-criminal, entangled in a plan that threatens the planet. And that could just be a step too far ...'Council of Evil' is the first book in the action packed new anti-series 'VILLAIN.NET' - the perfect antidote to the series 'HERO.COM', also by screenwriter Andy Briggs. Which side are you on?
|Publication date:||5th June 2008|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers, 9+ readers|
|Recommendations:||Debuts of the Month|
Andy Briggs was born in Liverpool, England. Having endured many careers, ranging from pizza delivery and running his own multimedia company to teaching both IT and film-making (though not at the same time), he eventually remembered the contant encouragement he had received at an early age about his writing. That led him to launch himself on a poor unsuspecting Hollywood. In between having fun writing movie scripts, Andy now has far too much fun writing novels.He lives in a secret lair somewhere in the south east of England-attempting to work despite his two crazy cats. His claims about possessing ...More About Andy Briggs