Secrets of the Dragon Tomb
A story of thrilling adventure and desperate peril
“Don’t make a sound,” a voice whispered in my ear. “Don’t even breathe.”
12-year-old Edward Sullivan is used to looking after his eccentric family in the face of malfunctioning clockwork butlers and stray pterodactyls.
But throw in a lunatic archeologist, kidnapped parents, spies, deadly hunting machines, and a chase through the Martian wilderness, and things are about to get crazy.
Edward Sullivan is starting the greatest adventure of his life…
Secrets of the Dragon Tomb is now out!
Abundant humor, intricate worldbuilding details, and precisely timed slapstick and mayhem mesh as neatly as the gears and levers of the water abacus, producing a gorgeously articulated clockwork of a novel.
– Publishers Weekly (Starred review)
ISBN: 0805099069 | ISBN13: 9780805099065 | PUBLISHER: Christy Ottaviano Books / Henry Holt / Macmillan
The Dinosaur Hunters
A Secrets of the Dragon Tomb Novella
Mystery, murder, and adventure on Mars.
16-year-old Harriet George must help her brother-in-law, Bertrand, track down the famous jewel thief, the Glass Phantom. If she doesn’t, Bertrand will lose his job and Harriet will find herself married off. To succeed, she must accompany a perilous dinosaur hunt into the deadly Martian wilderness.
But there is far more going on in this expedition than mere robbery, and the dinosaurs are not the greatest danger.
The Dinosaur Hunters is a thrilling adventure set in the world of Secrets of the Dragon Tomb.
Coming in 2017
The sequel to Secrets of the Dragon Tomb
Return to British Mars for more adventures, more peril, and more thrills. This time Edward must battle giant sea serpents, fight off armies of armored thugs, and somehow defeat the treacherous Emperor of Mars.
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