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Secret Breakers: Orphan of the Flames: Book 2

H L Dennis

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Secret Breakers, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 9 years, Fiction, Children's Fiction, General fiction (Children's / Teenage), Adventure stories (Children's / Teenage), Thrillers (Children's / Teenage), Crime & mystery fiction (Children's / Teenage)

The Da Vinci Code for kids - an extraordinary six-book series with real codes, real mysteries and real danger.

The team of code-crackers face a new code that has never been solved. Brodie, Hunter and Tusia are back at Station X, the secret code-cracking station at Bletchley Park. And they are still wrestling with the great unanswered question: what secret lies behind the ancient, coded Voynich Manuscript?

Their first adventure left them with a musical box that plays a tune by the composer, Elgar. Elgar loved codes. At once they are off on a new search which takes them to the stories behind Elgar's famous music and a coded letter he wrote to a young friend, Dorabella.

'The 'Dorabella Cipher' has never, ever been solved. Now our team of code-breakers are on a twisting trail via medieval book burnings in Florence, a mysterious boy known as the Orphan of the Flames, and a one-time famous prisoner in London's Newgate Prison who wrote about King Arthur. Where is it all leading And will they survive, when hot on their trail is a secret organisation that has always thwarted the search for Truth and is prepared to kill to stop them ...

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Praise for Secret Breakers: Orphan of the Flames: Book 2

  • A beautifully drawn together story. - parentsintouch.co.uk

  • Dennis mixes complex code breaking theories with humour and excitement to produce this action packed adventure. - School Librarian

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H L Dennis

Helen Dennis was born in Brighton and loves living near the sea. She was a teacher for twenty years, and now writes full time - but enjoys making school visits, where she runs code-cracking and creative writing sessions.

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