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The Rebels' Assault : Gladiator Boy - David Grimstone

The Rebels' Assault

Gladiator Boy

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Decimus Rex has escaped Arena Primus in the company of a fellow slave, Olu Umbika.

Together, they manage to board a slave ship and sail away from the trials and Slavious Doom.

But now their four friends are being used as bait to get them to return.

Can Decimus and Olu get to the Suvius Tower in time to rescue them from Slavious Doom's devoted servant's evil plans?

About the Author

David Lee Stone (born 1978) is an English fantasy author best known for his series of books The Illmoor Chronicles. His books have been published in many countries and in several different languages. To date, David has also written (as David Grimstone), The Gladiator Boy and Undead Ed series for Hodder Children's Books. David currently lives in the town of Ramsgate, Kent. He is married with two children, and makes increasingly crazy videos on his 'David Grimstone' youtube channel.

"Spectacular action on every page" [Keelan aged 10]"Adventurous,exciting, thrilling and gripping" [Zo aged 9]"Fantastic" [Dominik aged 8]"Really enjoyable" [Fran aged 10]

David Grimstone

David Grimstone was born in Margate on 25th January 1978. When he was a boy, he was often accused of daydreaming and 'drifting off' during classes. He once let in five goals during a PE football match because he thought he'd seen a sparrow-hawk and went to investigate. The only two lessons he loved at school were English and History. David lives in Kent with his wife, Chiara, and their son Sebastian.

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ISBN: 9780340989098
ISBN-10: 0340989092
Series: Gladiator Boy
Audience: Children
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 111
Published: 16th July 2009
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.7 x 13.4  x 1.4
Weight (kg): 0.12
Edition Number: 1