Sanjeev's dog is missing in a brutal winter. This shock is dwarfed by events in The Met in New York as Sanjeev is catapulted to 6th century Byzantium, becoming an accomplice to murder. An evil force is after him and the answer may lie with Sara, who claims to be the First Hare. Sanjeev's dog Jigsaw is missing in the middle of winter in New Jersey. But this tragedy is dwarfed by what happens to him in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Has he really entered the 6th Century and become the slave to monks traveling the Silk Road to Byzantium - and might they just be murderers? Trouble is even if he figures out how to get out of this, he's got other problems: someone, or something, is coming after him. Part of the answer might be Sara, a girl who contacts him on the net and keeps talking about the Immortals. But who or what are The Three Hares and how can they stop the darkness about to engulf the world? AGES: 7 to 12 AUTHORS: Scott Lauder was born in Ayrshire, Scotland. Having taught in Greece, Japan, and England, he now lives with his wife and four cats in the UAE where he teaches English. In his free time, he enjoys hiking and drinking good coffee. His other books include The Right Thing, A Single Shot, and The Boy-King Tutankhamun. David Ross is a professional historian who specialising in transportation topics. He has also written the Visual Encyclopedia of Ships, British Steam Railways and A History of the UK's Highland Railway.
Publisher: Neem Tree Press Limited
Number of pages: 256
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm