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Attica

Garry Kilworth

4 Reviews

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Fiction, General fiction (Children's / Teenage)

Now in B format
A timeless adventure story in a land full of wonder and riches from the acclaimed and much-loved storyteller.

A novel with echoes of timeless classics such as THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE, THE BORROWERS and ALICE IN WONDERLAND, Garry Kilworth's ATTICA reveals a twilight world of forgotten wonders, and extraordinary adventures - all happening just above our heads.
Join Jordy, Alex and Chloe as they cross the portal from our world to a strange and wonderful other place, accessible for just a moment in time through the trap-door of the attic in their family home. From hat-stand forests, to towering hills of old musical instruments, deserts of old books and a great water-tank lake, the vast continent they stumble upon is one of limitless surprises - and that's before they meet the inhabitants: strange clans of small and lumpen people who live in homes constructed from all manner of found things and drive vehicles powered by old sewing-machine parts. It is against this remarkable backdrop that the three children will embark on a spellbinding adventure to recover a prized possession, save a life, and - somehow - find a way back home.

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Praise for Attica

  • This book is reminiscent of Narnia with its alternative, magical world. A fantastic read that will have imaginations working overtime - The Bookseller

  • An excellent book, good and original and, in all the best ways, strange - Neil Gaiman

  • Kilworth sends his fully dimensional characters on an exhilarating adventure - Booklist

  • One to watch. The book belongs in the mainstream of children's literature and has the ingredients to make it an 'adventure in the attic - classic'

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Garry Kilworth

Garry Kilworth (1941 -)
Garry Douglas Kilworth was born in York in 1941 and travelled widely as a child, his father being a serviceman. After seventeen years in the RAF and eight working for Cable and Wireless, he attended King's College, London University, where he obtained an honours degree in English. Garry Kilworth has published novels under a number of pseudonyms in the fields of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Historical Fiction and Children's Fiction, winning the British and World Fantasy Awards and being twice shortlisted for the prestigious Carnegie Award for Children's Literature.

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