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The "Secret" Series: Book 4
This Isn't What It Looks Like
by Pseudonymous Bosch
The utterly gripping fourth fantastic book in the "Secret" series in which Cass’s mind has been transported back to Medieval England after she dared to taste the Midnight Sun’s deadly chocolate. She must seek out her ancient ancestor and founder of the Terces Society, the jester, and help him escape the evil clutches of Lord Pharaoh, founder of the Midnight Sun. To Cass’s horror, when she wakes from her coma she has forgotten everything. But a school trip to a medieval fair stirs her memories and she is confronted with a menacing blast from her time-travelling past…
“Like Lemony Snicket with a little Monty Python.”
“Top-class entertainment...combining mystery, sparkling adventure and lashings of Bosch’s zany humour.”
Lancashire Evening Post
Pseudonymous Bosch is a pseudonym, or as he would prefer to call it (because he is very pretentious), a nom de plume. Unfortunately, for reasons he cannot disclose, but which should be obvious to anyone foolhardy enough to read this book, he cannot tell you his real name. But he admits to a deep-seated fear of mayonnaise.
Visit www.thenameofthiswebsiteissecret.com to find out more.
The crazy, upside-down, inside-out, mysterious, madcap and fun, fun, fun Pseudonymous Bosch is back with another extraordinary, out-of-this-world chapter in his seriously addictive children’s ‘Secret Series’. Bursting out all over with comic characters and intriguing adventures, this is... top-class entertainment for kids aged 10 and over, combining comical capers with old-fashioned mystery, sparkling adventure and lashings of Bosch’s zany humour.
The Lancashire Evening Post
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sorry i haven't read this book...... yet
I will read this book as I have read the "The name of this book is secret"! I will carry on reading even if it cost my life!
blackmoon13, 12th January 2011
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