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  • ENGLISH

    Language
  • 352

    Pages
  • 9780141316215

    ISBN
  • 2 mm

    Width
  • 13 mm

    Height
  • 20 gram

    Weight
  • PAPERBACK

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  • 20 FEBRUARY 2007

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    A gripping story based on the Siegfried and Brunnhilde tale from Nordic myth. Sigurd has a fabulous but frightening future predicted. To start with, he must leave everything he knows to go and fight a dragon and from there descend into the Underworld. Sounds bad enough, but when you know that the dragon lives on a futuristic, industrially-ruined moonscape that was once Ham A gripping story based on the Siegfried and Brunnhilde tale from Nordic myth. Sigurd has a fabulous but frightening future predicted. To start with, he must leave everything he knows to go and fight a dragon and...  Read More

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    Melvin Burgess

    Melvin Burgess is a British author of childrens fiction. His first book, The Cry of the Wolf, was published in 1990. He gained a certain amount of notoriety in 1996 with the publication of Junk, which was published in the shadow of the film of Irvine Welshs Trainspotting, and dealt with the trendy and controversial idea of heroin-addicted teenagers. Junk soon became, at least in Britain, one of the best-known childrens books of the decade.

    Burgess again courted predictable controversy in 2003, with the publication of Doing It, which dealt with underage sex. America created a show based on the book, Life As We Know It. In his other books, such as Bloodtide and The Ghost Behind the Wall, Burgess has dealt with less realist and sometimes fantastic themes. In 2001 Burgess wrote the novelisation of the film Billy Elliot, based on Lee Halls screenplay. Polyphony is typical for his most famous novels.

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