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Wednesday Weeks and the Dungeon of Fire: Wednesday Weeks: Book 3

Denis Knight, Cristy Burne

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Fantasy & magical realism (Children's / Teenage)

Gorgomoth the Unclean is back and he's up to no good, of course. Can Wednesday and the gang beat Gorgomoth to the long-lost Stone of Power, or will the world be plunged into Never-Ending Darkness?

Wednesday Weeks just wants to finish Year Six without any more magical mishaps. But Gorgomoth the Unclean has other plans.

The tyrannical goblin king is back, and he's hot on the trail of the long-lost Stone of Power. If he finds it, it'll be goodbye school holidays and hello Third Age of Never-Ending Darkness.

To beat Gorgomoth to the stone, Wednesday and her friends must prove themselves worthy by passing three deadly trials. And so the race is on. But unfriendly cats, tomato sauce geysers and a pizza-train rollercoaster ride through a live volcano won't make their mission any easier. Will their magic and science be enough to stop Gorgomoth from taking over the universe?

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Praise for Wednesday Weeks and the Dungeon of Fire: Wednesday Weeks: Book 3

  • 'Wednesday Weeks and the Tower of Shadows is an action-packed adventure about magic, science, and a mysterious dark tower. Wednesday displays courage and determination to find a solution to her powers - whether it be with science or developing magical powers.' - Better Reading

  • 'This is an awesome and humorous book for children 8 years old and over.' - West Australian on Wednesday Weeks and the Tower of Shadows

  • 'Wednesday Weeks and the Crown of Destiny is another smart and funny adventure in the Wednesday Weeks series, perfect for all children aged 8 to 12 years.' - Reading Time

  • 'Wednesday Weeks and the Crown of Destiny is as smart and entertaining as its predecessor, playfully blending humour, fantasy and adventure with the practical application of science, maths and logic.' - Writing WA

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Denis Knight

Science fiction and fantasy author Denis Knight is a computer programmer who grew up geeking out about the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, Terry Pratchett and Douglas Adams. He has also worked as a technical writer, a delivery boy, a tutor, and, for one glorious summer, a tour guide on Rottnest Island. His favourite foods are lasagna and donuts, and his favourite Arnie movie is Eraser. He knows how to ride a motorbike and use a chainsaw, although not both at the same time. He lives in Western Australia with his wife, his two children, and his extensive collection of The X-Files DVDs. He has never been stalked by a laundry kraken, eaten by space wasps or abducted by aliens - as far as he knows.

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