This time, it's global! Can Leo Lennox save the world's Turners from destruction? The riotous and fast-paced conclusion to the bestselling TURNERS trilogy
Leo Lennox is in big trouble.
Actually, every Turner on the planet is in big trouble: a deranged scientist is threatening to expose their secret world and destroy them all.
With help from a pair of guerrilla gorillas (and their incredible inventions), his nerdy friend Ernie, and his annoying-but-sort-of-all-right older sister Abbie, Leo must criss-cross the world to stop the mad doctor before he serves up the full buffet of doom to Turners everywhere.
If he can't, the planet won't be just a little bit doomed - it'll be fully doomed!
About the Author
Mick Elliott is a children's television producer, scriptwriter and animator. Since 2001 he has worked at Nickelodeon Australia, overseeing award-winning series for kids of all ages. His credits as producer include Camp Orange, Play Along With Ollie, Slimefest and hundreds of advertising campaigns. His work at Nickelodeon has won more than twenty international awards, while his animated short films have screened at over sixty festivals worldwide.
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Comments about Fully Doomed:
I loved reading this book and the other two in the trilogy to my young son. He really enjoyed hearing about the characters and their adventures. I'm sure he will love reading it himself in a few more years. Very well written, entertaining and a refreshing addition to Australian literature for young people
THE TURNERS marks an exciting new debut in the Australian kids' book scene ... and we can't wait to hear what happens next! - Better Reading Kids on THE TURNERSThe plot and dialogue are strong and well worked, the story original and funny ... this book will make a brilliant read-aloud. Highly recommended. - Reading Time, Children's Book Council of Australia on THE TURNERS
Series: The Turners
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 26th April 2017
Publisher: Hachette Australia
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 19.7 x 12.9 x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.24
Edition Number: 1