Charlie Bone and the Hidden King Paperback
by Jenny Nimmo
Part of the Charlie Bone series
Classic magic and mystery from one of Britain's best-loved authors of fantasy adventure.
Perfect for fans of Harry Potter, Eva Ibbotson, Cornelia Funke's Inkheart and Shane Hegarty's Darkmouth. An Academy for magic and special talents. A destiny unfulfilled. A secret legacy. Charlie Bone awakes one morning to find the city covered with snow and all the animals gone.
Could the discovery of an ancient mirror, and the movement of the shadow in the Red King's portrait have something to do with it?
Then a strange girl appears outside Charlie's house.
Can he trust her, and will she perhaps lead him to find someone he lost long before the animals?The fifth instalment of the international best-selling series from Jenny Nimmo starring Charlie Bone. Have you collected all of the Charlie Bone series?Midnight for Charlie Bone Charlie Bone and the Time Twister Charlie Bone and the Blue Boa Charlie Bone and the Castle of Mirrors Charlie Bone and the Hidden King Charlie Bone and the Wilderness Wolf Charlie Bone and the Shadow of Badlock Charlie Bone and the Red Knight Also look out for The Snow Spider trilogy. `Dark, funny, crackling with magic' - author Artemis Cooper on Midnight for Charlie Bone`A fast moving, dialogue driven romp with plenty of cliff-hangers for those first hooked into reading by Harry Potter' - Bookseller on Midnight for Charlie BoneJenny Nimmo is the acclaimed author of the Charlie Bone series.
She has won several significant awards for her children's fiction, including the Nestle Smarties Book Prize and the Tir na n-Og Welsh Arts Council award for The Snow Spider.
She lives in Wales with her husband, David.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 384 pages, black & white illustrations
- Publisher: Egmont UK Ltd
- Publication Date: 15/02/2007
- Category: Fantasy
- ISBN: 9781405228206
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Review by buckeyeaholic
I have to say I did not enjoy this book as much as the others in the series. Was it because I read it rather than listening to the audio? Or was it because it just wasn't as good as the others? I don't know but I was actually glad when it was over. Not an excrutiating read but I just didn't enjoy it.This is the last of the series (so far?). Many things were uncovered here that I saw coming from the first book. Come on...who hadn't figured out who Charlie's father was?