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Dragon Shield: The London Pride: Book 2

Charlie Fletcher, Nick Tankard

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Dragon Shield, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 9 years, Fiction, General fiction (Children's / Teenage), Fantasy & magical realism (Children's / Teenage)

The second part of the thrilling Dragon Shield trilogy, from the author of Stoneheart.

A dark force has woken in the British Museum and stopped time, freezing London and its inhabitants. Will and Jo are the only humans unaffected by the spell, and have been fighting alongside London's statues to locate the source of the disruption. But now their statue allies have been frozen too, leaving brother and sister alone and pursued by murderous dragons. What is more, they have noticed that the unmoving people of London are getting colder by the hour ...

No longer able to rely on London's statues for help, Will and Jo must stop the source of the evil before the life force of London's inhabitants drains away.

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Praise for Dragon Shield: The London Pride: Book 2

  • Praise for Dragon Shield: 'A thrilling, twisting and turning novel that is bound to excite and invigorate all ages... the ideal start for younger readers looking to explore new genres. - YA Birmingham

  • Praise for Stoneheart:

  • 'A highly original page-turner.' - Sunday Times

  • Thrilling stuff - The Scotsman

  • A supernatural thriller with an intriguing premise. - Mail on Sunday

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Charlie Fletcher

Charlie Fletcher is a screenwriter and children's author living in Edinburgh. His Stoneheart trilogy has been translated into a dozen languages and the film rights have been sold to Paramount. The first volume, Stoneheart, was shortlisted for the Branford Boase award and longlisted for the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize. His stand-alone novel for children, Far Rockaway, was published last year to great critical acclaim and has been longlisted for the Carnegie prize. He can be found on Twitter at @CharlieFletch_r.

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