Return of the Chocoholic Vampires

Return of the Chocoholic Vampires

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Josh Flunk and Spencer Topps are just two normal schoolboys until the ivory skull on the old walking stick in Josh's bedroom flashes. Using a secret trapdoor under Josh's bed, they pass through the ancient Egyptian sarcophagus discovered by Josh's Great-great-great-Grandfather to become their alter egos, Zac Zoltan and his assistant Dr Brains, Masters of Zac Zotlan's Detective Agency - ready to save the world from marauding monsters. Book 1: Return of the Chocoholic Vampires: between the Stone Age and the Iron Age was the Chocolate Age, an age which came to an abrupt and mysterious end. When the remains of an ancient chocolate settlement are discovered, a precious chocolate amulet is unearthed and with it come the evil CHOCOLATE VAMPIRES. Book 2: Night of the Living Bed: more gruesome adventures to follow in more

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  • 10+
  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 126 x 188 x 14mm | 117.93g
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • B&W
  • 0747598274
  • 9780747598275
  • 540,099

About Jem Packer

Duncan McCoshan (Knife) and Jem Packer bring a distinctive humour, style and and imagination to both fiction and non-fiction. Their popular cartoon strip It's Grim up North London first appeared in Private Eye in 1999 and they have made regular contributions to Guardian Education, BBC History Magazine and The Times. Duncan's cartoons have also appeared in The Times, the Independent, New Statesman, and Maxim among others. Jem also works as a comedy writer for television and radio and can regularly be heard on BBC Radio and LBC. They both live in more

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'Hilarious ... you will read right 'til the end' First News 'This quirky adventure, a case of Captain Underpants meets the ghost busters, with its graphic text and geeky characters is action packed, funny and appealing. With a comic strip introduction to the characters and short snappy text integrated with plenty of line drawing the whole book is packed with life. It will have a wide appeal, particularly for reluctant readers and boys' Armadillo Magazine Online 'With a comic book style already proved to be popular and a combination of humour, monsters and chocolate, this is a tempting treat for reluctant readers and chocoholics alike' Learning Supportshow more