The Book of Dead Days - Marcus Sedgwick Reviews
Description:ISBN 1842552678 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Marcus Sedgwick / Edition: Mass Market Paperback / Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is ... more
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The Book of Dead Days
Five days of glorious gothic alchemy and evil. The days between 2 ...
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Marcus Sedgwick The Book of Dead Days
Pages: 272, Edition: hardcover, Paperback, Orion Childrens
Last Update 18.12.2013 13:27
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by - written on 24/01/12 (Very useful, 14 readings)
The Book Of Dead Days is an engaging and entertaining fantasy aimed at young teenagers that can be enjoyed by both younger readers and adults alike! Set in an unnamed city, at a time when science was just developing and people still had faith in magic and curiosity about the unexplained, the book follows the adventures of Boy who works as a magicians apprentice to Valerian; a man of ill repute whose dabbles in the dark arts have seen him mostly shunned by polite society even though they still flock to see his stage show at the local theatre. Willow works at the theatre too, looking after the highly esteemed singer who follows Valerian's act. When she is asked ... Read the complete review
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