John Walker Pattison threads the needle of invention once again – inciting a child-like sense of wonder in readers of all ages.
Pattison’s latest book, ‘Blenkinsop Blabbermouth and the Ghost of Broderick McCaffery’ is set to raise the stakes, as main characters Daniel and Papa find themselves navigating a whole new list of fun (and slightly mad) escapades; which will have youngsters ditching their consoles and desperate to find out what happens next to this intriguing and intrepid duo.
Daniel and his best friend, Papa, make their way into the cave of lost souls, where a crow picked at the little flesh that remained on a pile of bones.
Facing mystical creatures and an evil cut-throat pirate crew, including Captain Broderick McCaffery’s wife, Crazy Maisie’ who is at least 150 years old. They march on to the cave of eternal screams where Daniel faces the sly slithering snake, Sidero before discovering the ultimate dream, pirate treasure – then, a single bolt of zigging and zagging lightning jolted across the sky like one million volts of electricity screaming in anger! As they stood in fear, the delicate sound of thunder faded into the distance and a voice boomed out from the cave entrance……