Thomas Taylor, Thomas Taylor, George Ermos
When Herbie and Violet’s arch-enemy Sebastian Eels turns up in Eerie-on-Sea, seemingly back from the dead, it can only spell bad news. The town may welcome his entrepreneurial scheme to resurrect Festergrimm’s Waxworks, a dusty and defunct old gallery of spooky characters from Eerie legend, but Herbie and Violet are suspicious of his motives. And when they learn the legend of Ludo Festergrimm the clockmaker, creator of a vast mechanical robot that wrought havoc in the wrong hands, they KNOW they’re on the right track. But how can they get the residents of Eerie-on-Sea to believe them?
Taylor's magical touch makes you believe the impossible. -- Catherine Doyle This is a fantastic and legendary series bringing Eerie on Sea's best legends to life and keeping the reader completely enthralled and engaged! The series goes from strength to strength and I cannot wait for Mermedusa! * myshelvesarefull.com * [...]A must-read for fans of the books so far and perfect for readers aged nine to ninety-nine, if you have not as yet read Malamander you need to rectify that situation immediately. -- Jacqui Sydney, KS2 Teacher * NetGalley * Everything's we've come to love and look forward to in the Eerie-on-Sea adventures is packed in the pages and will delight its fans young and old. It's a fast paced adventure, full of some wonderful twists and turns and some great edge of the seat moments. -- Debbie Grieve * NetGalley * Another roaring adventure on Eerie on Sea, with elements of The iron man -- Isabelle Coulson * NetGalley *
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