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Stanley is a football-mad 11 year-old whose beloved team, City, faces relegation from the Premiership. His mother is a football-hating computer scientist. In desperation, Stan accesses her `cybertelekinesis' program to create Lazlo, a genius striker who can save City. By a risky process of mental and electronic energy, he turns himself into Lazlo - and gets himself on to the City team. Stanley's greatest dream is about to become true - but it turns into a nightmare when he can't get back into his own body again . . .
|Publication date:||8th June 2001|
|Publisher:||Macmillan Children's Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Terence Blacker is one of a small number of authors who write for both adults and children. His many popular children's novels include PARENTSWAP, BOY2GIRL ('I roared with laughter' said Amanda Craig in The Times), THE TRANSFER, THE ANGEL FACTORY and the best-selling MS WIZ series. He is a journalist and a critic, both in print and on the radio, and writes a weekly topical column in the Independent newspaper. He lives in Norfolk in a house he converted from a goose hatchery.More About Terence Blacker