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Product description

What if dark forces were gathering just inches below you as you sat in class or ate a banana? What if it were up to two kids to stop these forces? What if a magical handle could open a door into a hidden underground world? What would it feel like to know the fate of an entire town rested on your shoulders? Gran Flowerpetal is the new kid in the creaky old town of Carousel. (Yup: he is a kid. Don’t be fooled by the name.) There doesn’t seem to be a whole lot going on in Carousel. Well, apart from the crazy sinkholes that swallow entire houses without warning. But below ground, as Gran soon discovers, quite a lot is happening. Now it’s up to the Lifters – their job: to lift stuff – to bring the hope back to Carousel, and stop the whole town from being swallowed up…

  • The first children’s book by the author of The Circle
  • A magical mystery tour around a secret underground world
  • For fans of Neil Gaiman, Louis Sachar and Jerry Spinelli
  • Full of deadpan humour, surreal landscapes and magical twists

Product Details

Catalogue number

88 in ROW Teen May 2018

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407188133

Date published

April 5th, 2018

Other details
  • 320 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

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