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Written by Steve Jackson, Ian Livingstone

Part of the Fighting Fantasy S. Series

Bloodbones Synopsis

Bloodbones lives! The dread pirate-lord Cinnabar, scourge of the twelve seas, terrorised the seafarers of the Old World in a bloody reign of terror until a brave adventurer put an end to his evil. But now Cinnabar is back from the dead, seeking revenge and with the dark powers of voodoo at his command. YOU have your own score to settle, for Cinnabar put your family to the sword when you were a child. Only YOU can stop the pirate captain and his crew of bloodthirsty cut-throats. Prepare to set sail on the adventure of a lifetime!

Bloodbones Press Reviews

`Absoltuely ideal as a gift for the nines-plus, these are books the keen reader/adventurer will enjoy.' -- Caroline Franklin, n2 Going Out the Arts

Book Information

ISBN: 9781840467659
Publication date: 7th September 2006
Author: Steve Jackson, Ian Livingstone
Publisher: Wizard Books an imprint of Icon Books Ltd
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 224 pages

About Steve Jackson, Ian Livingstone

Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone are the creators of the Fighting Fantasy series which has sold many millions of books throughout the world. They also founded the Games Workshop chain and have since risen to prominent positions in the British computer games industry, at Lionhead and Eidos respectively. Ian Livingstone was recently made an OBE.

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