The Curse of the Vendra

The Curse of the Vendra

by Tim Hodge, Adam Biggs


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Unintentional time traveller Arthur Pound, the snooty Professor Anvil and an aging sage find themselves travelling together to find a lost legion of warriors somewhere in the North Atlantic Ocean. During an expedition with the Professor's flying prototype, they must evade the clutches of the jealous Baron von Posch and the Kaiser's royal guard whilst far below them, in the ocean waters, a far greater menace is growing in strength.The mighty Vendra warriors' battleship becomes an unwelcoming home for the trio, while the catacombs within the Floating Rocks uncover surprises with every step. Arthur finds himself defending his innocence from the magical Order of Sight, whilst his companions explore the Vendra's massive fortress including their library which holds a disturbing secret. A larger threat raises its head in the form of hideous hibernating creatures with a devious plan involving summoning a monster from the very depths of the ocean. Will Arthur and his team have to join forces with the Vendra to defeat the lizard witches or do the mysterious Lamia have another even more monstrous secret to unleash on the world?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781548761325
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/15/2017
Pages: 468
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.04(d)

About the Author

Adam Biggs is the author of the novels The Heart of Sitnatia and The Curse of the Vendra. He lives in Birmingham, England. When he was only thirteen years old, his English Drama Teacher (and first official fan) submitted his play Where's Rudolf? to the headmaster and it was produced into that year's school pantomime. This cemented his love of entertaining people through his pen rather than taking to the stage himself. By the age of sixteen he was sending comedy scripts to the BBC, at seventeen writing short stories for a local children's charities in Dorset, where he lived, such as Edwin and A Friend for Life. He took a few years break from writing coming back at the age of thirty-seven with an idea for a series of books: The Heart of Sitnatia, The Curse of the Vendra and The Truth of the Lamia (working title).

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