The Hidden City of Chelldrah-Ham

The Hidden City of Chelldrah-Ham : Belas Rift

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After the ferocious battle in War of Chaos, Stig and Meg pursue the evil Anet through a swirling interdimensional rift-and straight into new trouble.



On the other side of this portal, the two Manna find themselves in a world of giants and strange, ominous technology-a world that seems as obsessed with greed and gold as Anet herself. They've pursued their enemy to her homeland, a country known as England.



Alone and hunted by a terrifying flying machine, Stig and Meg find allies in the unlikeliest places, and they come to realize other Manna have made this trip between worlds before.



When their frantic search leads them to a golden temple hidden deep beneath the earth, Stig learns that fate ties him to this mysterious shrine. Unfortunately, the two Manna have bigger things to worry about. Anet knows Stig and Meg are in England, and she's using all her resources to hunt them down.



Stig's ability to devise disastrous plans isn't helping matters, but the Manna can't afford to give up now. Anet is breeding new creatures to unleash on Chelldrah-ham, and it's starting to look as if the Manna simply can't stop her this time.
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About Stephan Von Clinkerhoffen

Stephan von Clinkerhoffen grew up close to the English Cotswolds, surrounded by nature and the region's rich history. An engineer for twenty-five years, he spent ten years in the British aerospace industry.



Von Clinkerhoffen's career influenced many of the inventions found in the Chelldrah-ham series, as did his time in New Zealand, where he served as a humanitarian volunteer in the aftermath of the Christchurch earthquake.



An artist for the last thirty years, von Clinkerhoffen has returned to England, where he rediscovered his love of local history-a love that permeates Belas Rift.



He has received praise and numerous awards for his writing from Literary Classics, Kirkus Reviews, Readers' Favorite, and ForeWord Clarion.
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