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After Aubrey narrowly escapes the worst fate he can imagine, he realises there is only one thing to do: he must confront his nemesis. With George and Caroline at his side, he travels to Holmland - the home of Dr Tremaine and the heart of hostile territory - only to face magical conundrums, near-death experiences, ghosts, brigands and enemies on their own ground. Fisherberg is a city on a knife edge. Can Aubrey solve its mysteries before Dr Tremaine's warmongering machinations tip the world into chaos?show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 432 pages
  • 127 x 195.58 x 30.48mm | 249.47g
  • Random House Australia
  • Random House Australia Children's Books
  • Milsons Point, Australia
  • English
  • 186471865X
  • 9781864718652
  • 111,287

About Michael Pryor

Michael Pryor has published more than twenty-five fantasy books and over forty short stories, from literary fiction to science fiction to slapstick humour. Michael has been shortlisted six times for the Aurealis Awards, has been nominated for a Ditmar award, and six of his books have been CBCA Notable Books, including three books in the Laws of Magic series. Michael's most recent books include The Chronicles of Krangor series for younger readers, The Laws of Magic series and The Extraordinaires series for older readers, as well as 10 Futures, a collection of interlinked stories imagining what our next 100 years might be like.show more

Customer reviews

More excitment as Aubrey and friends take the fight to his enemy. Has Aubrey finally found a cure or will it be more danger in disguise. He travels by train, well some of the time, to Holmland where his enemy and his only weakness resides. More trouble is stirred up by Aubrey and it bites back! Book 4 of 6show more
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