Number Of Pages: 168
Published: 1st November 2009
Publisher: ABC Books
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 26.0 x 21.3 x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.84
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When Alice, Thomas and Spinner discover they must find the Banker's father to complete their quest, their search takes them to terrifying and fantastic worlds.
On their travels through the peril of the Lopper's world to the freezing, desolate waste of Tebbit's land of nightmares, they encounter the Wandering Seers, a sand-monster bureaucrat, Mad King George and the daffy Forgetmeknot and his homemade flying craft.
Will Alice ever find the Banker's Father? Can she and her companions avoid the relentless Catcher and his minions? And what secret does Spinner hold that will decide the fate of them all?
Full of unexpected twists and turns, fantasy and adventure, The CLoudchasers: The East Wind is a thrilling and satisfying conclusion to the Cloudchasers saga.
About The Author
Steven Hunt is an award-winning graphic designer and illustrator. He has worked in advertising agencies, as a lecturer and now runs his own design company, Pigs Might Fly. Steve lives in Balnarring Beach, Victoria.
About The Illustrator
David Richardson is a graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts and has written many full-length screen plays. David has a number of writing projects in development and is finishing his first novel. He lives in Melbourne.