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Author: Philip Reeve

Philip Reeve, Here Lies Arthur

Philip Reeve

Here Lies Arthur

Myrddin is a renowned bard; a conman, a traveller and a teller of tales. His sidekick Gwyna is just a small mouse of a girl but with Myrddin's transforming power she becomes a warrior, a spy or a goddess. Maybe Myrddin's magic is powerful enough to turn a warband leader into the greatest hero of all time?
This is a miniature masterpiece; at once a sparkling and emotionally engaging reimagining of how the legend of King Arthur might really have been created, a clever historical detective fiction and a superbly crafted tale about the immense power of story.

Scholastic · 9781407111131


Philip Reeve, Mothstorm

Philip Reeve

Suitable for 11-13s

Larklight is a huge and sprawling Victorian mansion where Arthur (Art) Mumbleby lives with his father, Reverend Marmaduke and his intensely irritating little sister, Myrtle - and it just happens to be travelling through space. In the third story in the series the wild and wacky family travel to a planet in the remote reaches of outer space to rescue the Cruets from an ominous, incoming cloud and to save the universe.
A completely original and fantastical Victorian space adventure told with panache and highly entertaining period jokes.

Bloomsbury · 9780747594161


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