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The Elsewhere Emporium

Ross MacKenzie

£6.99

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Range: Kelpies Paperback 288 pages 198 x 130 mm ISBN: 9781782505198 Publication date: 13 September 2018
Genres: Adventure and Thriller, Fantasy Ideal for ages: 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12

The Nowhere Emporium has been stolen.

The shop from nowhere has vanished without a trace. Will it ever reappear?

As they search for the lost Emporium, Daniel and Ellie encounter magical bookshops, deserted islands, and an array of magicians (both dead and alive). Meanwhile a dangerous force is attacking the Emporium from the inside, waiting for a chance to break free.

In this highly anticipated sequel to the award-winning The Nowhere Emporium, readers will once again be transported into a magical realm where imagination is power and anything is possible. Loyal fans will be astonished by the new wonders beyond the Emporium's doors as the gripping mystery unfolds.

Reviews

Praise for The Nowhere Emporium:

'The author will dazzle you and entice you to feast your imagination on the story ahead.'
-- Mr Ripley's Enchanted Books

'MacKenzie has created a sumptuous, sparkling world that any reader will be loathe to leave. . . reads like The Night Circus for children and will leave the reader with a similar sense of having just read a very special book indeed.'
-- welovethisbook

'MacKenzie creates a dazzling fantasy world, so engaging and vivid it reminds one of Cornelia Funke's books.'
-- Andrea Reece, lovereading4kids

'It is a story that stays with you once you put it down, makes you worry about the characters when you are not reading, and makes you imagine how they lived their lives after that last sentence. And that is when you know you have something special!'
-- Midnight Readers blogspot

Elsewhere Emporium

Author

Ross MacKenzie is the author of The Nowhere Emporium, winner of the Blue Peter Award and the Scottish Children’s Book Award. He lives in Renfrew, where he grew up, with his wife and two daughters, but spends much of his time in another world.

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