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This action-packed adventure is perfect for all those who have imagined what space might be like. The launch party for a space adventure movie Space Blasters goes bizarrely wrong when Mr Lazarus, the mysterious man who has helped Kip and his father save the cinema, gets stuck inside the film. Kip has no choice. He must rescue Mr Lazarus even though it means stepping out into unknown territory. Philip Caveney spins a great yarn in a vividly imagined galaxy.
The mysterious Mr Lazarus has helped Kip and his father completely change the fortunes of the small local cinema they own and run - but now Stephanie a local journalist is sniffing around, wanting to know how he's done it...With the launch party for the huge space adventure movie, Space Blasters , approaching, Kip is desperate to keep Stephanie away. But when Mr Lazarus himself ends up stuck inside the film at the mercy of the evil Emperor Zarkan, Kip has no choice. He has to go in after him - to a galaxy far, far away...
Praise for Other Titles by this Author...
For Spy Another Day:
The thrills just keep on coming . . . it's a cracker!' - Bookbag
Fantastic stuff, suitable for all - Bookwitch
For Night on Terror Island:
A thrilling nightmare of an adventure. - Julia Eccleshare, Lovereading4kids
Great fun, a traditional adventure story with quirky characters and danger lurking around the corner. - Askews and Holts Library Service
|Publication date:||2nd May 2013|
|Publisher:||Andersen Press Ltd|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers, 9+ readers|
Philip Caveney was born in North Wales in 1951 and now lives in Edinburgh. His first novel, The Sins of Rachel Ellis was published in 1977 and he produced a series of adult thrillers over the following decades. His first novel for younger readers, Sebastian Darke: Prince of Fools was released in 2007 and was published all around the world. Since then, he has concentrated on writing exclusively for younger readers. He also writes under the pseudonym Danny Weston. Danny's debut novel The Piper won the Scottish Children’s Book Award in 2016 and in 2018, The Haunting of Jessop Rise was shortlisted ...More About Philip Caveney
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