The Seven Professors of the Far North

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ISBN 9780571221554 Format Paperback
9780571221554
Paperback
Published 07/10/2004 Length 224 pages
224

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This gripping adventure story is packed with eccentric characters, thrilling secrets, amazing inventions and breathtaking surprises.

Sam's holiday with his friends Zara and Ben is interrupted when a bedraggled traveller blows in on a storm, reawakening a mystery from their Great Uncle Alexander's past. For thirty years, the remote Arctic island of Nordbergen has remained desolate and uninhabited. Now, strange aircraft have been seen landing and armed guards patrol the island's fringes. Professor Murdo has returned to Nordbergen to complete his secret and deadly work.

Sam, Zara and Ben embark on a desperate rescue mission to the frozen Arctic Ocean. To make the journey, they must discover one of the most extraordinary secrets in the world. To survive, they must rely on their courage, their ingenuity and the assistance of strangers.

This gripping adventure story is packed with eccentric characters, thrilling secrets, amazing inventions and breathtaking surprises.Sam's holiday with his friends Zara and Ben is interrupted when a bedraggled traveller blows in on a storm, reawakening a mystery from their Great Uncle Alexander's past. For thirty years, the remote Arctic island of Nordbergen has remained desolate and uninhabited. Now, strange aircraft have been seen landing and armed guards patrol the island's fringes. Professor Murdo has returned to Nordbergen to complete his secret and deadly work.Sam, Zara and Ben embark on a desperate rescue mission to the frozen Arctic Ocean. To make the journey, they must discover one of the most extraordinary secrets in the world. To survive, they must rely on their courage, their ingenuity and the assistance of strangers.
  • About John Fardell

    John Fardell is the author of three children's novels, including The Seven Professors of the Far North and The Secret of the Black Moon Moth. He also works as a freelance cartoonist, illustrator, designer and puppeteer. A regular contributor to Viz (he is the creator of The Modern Parents and The Critics amongst others), his work has appeared in the Independent, the Evening Standard, the New Statesman, the Glasgow Herald and the List. He is married with two boys and lives in Edinburgh.

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