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Summary

When Eddie 'Dipper' Hopkins steals George Archer's wallet, he has no idea that he is about to enter a dark world of grave-robbing, assassins and zombies.

For George Archer is no ordinary citizen, and in his wallet is a clue to a secret that has remained hidden for millions of years. Eddie and George join forces in a heart-stopping race to unravel the secret before London is overrun by creatures from the dead.

©2006 Justin Richards (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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"Packed with twists, turns, and just enough gore to keep things interesting. A great choice for horror fans." (School Library Journal)

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Average elevated

A decidedly average narrative elevated by the narration of Mr Steven Pacey. Well worth a credit if you are finding it difficult to find anything to listen to.

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Really liked the characters and pace of the book just disappointed there wasn't a sequel following the same characters!