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The Spyglass and the Cherry Tree (The Shadowland Chronicles) Paperback – June 4, 2017
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Love the fantastic worlds of Garth Nix and Tolkein? Enjoy travelling from one world to another? Take a journey to Ithilmir, a foreign world filled with Goblins, Dark Queens and well-woven mythology, in Matt Beighton's Shadowland Chronicles; a series of fantasy novels pitching young Skye Thistle in an epic battle of swords and sorcery. For younger readers, Matt Beighton is currently working on the Monstacademy series of stories, the first of which is due Spring 2018. Can you imagine being kicked out of your comfortable school full of ordinary children and ending up forced to attend the horrible, spooky boarding school on the top of the big hill on the edge of town? The school that everybody knows is full of ghoulish monsters and that has earned the nickname "Monstacademy"? Join Trixie Grimble on her adventures at Monroe's Academy for the Different as she soon discovers that not all monsters hide under the bed. In fact, some are actually quite nice including a poor, unfortunate young boy who, due to a twist of fate, has the misfortune of turning into a poodle every full moon! Fans of The Worst Witch and Roald Dahl will love the quirky humour and interesting characters. To find out more and to join his mailing list, visit www.mattbeighton.co.uk
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There are some interesting observations on prejudices and how we can overcome them but the point is sometimes laboured, hence the four stars.
Overall a really exciting pacey read and I can't wait to step through the spyglass again when the next instalment arrives!
P.s I can't help but notice the author looks an awful lot like Seth Rogan!