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Collins Voyager, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 252 pages
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Cities, towns and villages exist like islands in a green sea, while in the Dark Forest itself live hermits, wizards and all manner of creatures. Tym, apprentice to the local wizard, accidentally invents a new potion that causes them to move at incredible speeds - and with interesting side effects!

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really great descriptive book jam packed full with inspiration ideas for school life. every essay/ peice of writing i dont is inspired by this fabulous book i hope one day i can write as brilliant as this. one of the best books ive evr read suitable for about 8-15. Remindes me of harry potter jk rowlings kind of a style book so if you like her then youll defineatley like this. Thanku 4 writing such a brilliant book the 2 steves plz write some to this fantastic quality. 


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About the author (2002)

Steve Barlow and Steve Skidmore are both teachers of English and Drama in Leicestershire. They have written numerous books for both the trade and the educational markets including Mad Myths for Puffin; Impact Play series for Heinemann and teenage fiction for Piccadilly Press and Puffin.

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