The Trouble With Perfect - A Place Called Perfect (Paperback)Helena Duggan (author)
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Duggan’s Violet and Boy are finding that Perfect is about to become anything but, all over again. Blending touches of macabre humour with extraordinary flights of fancy this series is a joy.
Having uncovered the secrets that lay behind the spookily pristine town of Perfect, Violet and the townsfolk are enjoying their new freedom from the maniacal rule of the evil Archer twins.
But have they really seen the last of Edward Archer? Why is Boy acting strangely? And who is masterminding a scary zombie army?
Another quirky, creepy and unforgettable adventure, perfect for fans of Roald Dahl, Neil Gaiman and Tim Burton.
Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 384
Dimensions: 198 x 130 mm
Set against a perfectly imagined fantasy world and brimming with humour, intrigue, danger and thrilling adventures, this is middle grade fiction at its very best. * Lancashire Evening Post *
Wonderfully weird. * Sunday Express' S Magazine *
Absolutely brilliant. * Irish Times *
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“Quirky, creepy, and delightful!”
‘A Place Called Perfect’ was one of my favourite reads of last year, so when I had the chance to read the sequel I snatched it up as quickly as I could. The story follows on from where the last book left off in the... More
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