Flightless Fugitives

Flightless Fugitives

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Eric Higgenbottom is the fourth richest and most influential person in the Solar System but he is hungry for more, he feels he should be the first. A man with a graveyard full of skeletons in his closet who will do anything to achieve his aims and when he makes a unique discovery he finds that he has acquired the keys to unlock and release the secrets of a legend which the entire human race are most curious about. Meanwhile, shocked by the devastating events on Teilumphia a group of talking penguins have returned home to Earth and are quick to realise they have become the key players in a terrible conspiracy which has manipulated their past and turned them into figures of hatred and fear. Alone and confused they have no one to turn to and even the ones they once thought were their friends can no longer be trusted. Who is behind the lies? What has Higgenbottom hidden in the basement of his 99 storey office building in Canary Wharf? And will Ady get caught stealing Fish and Chips twice a day from the local Fish and Chips shop next to the huge public car park? 'Flightless Fugitives' is the exciting sequel to 'The Penguins of Nestevina Rossi' From the shocking opening pages the action does not let off for a moment; from thrilling chases across the rooftops of London and through the River Thames, to the depths of space and to a strange planet which fascinates our feathered heroes but could spell certain doom for all of the inhabitants of planet Earth! 'Flightless Fugitives' is an action adventure yarn with all the comedy, excitement and horror of the first book and a plot which will keep you guessing until the end... WARNING - Does contain some violence and sexual references which may not be suitable for the younger reader.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 12.95mm | 657.71g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150773798X
  • 9781507737989