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  • Published: 1 August 2011
  • ISBN: 9781742745435
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 336

Beyond The Knock Knock Door




Triplet adventurers answer a riddle and embark on a roller-coaster ride of mystery, suspense and intergalactic heroics. 'Knock, knock!' 'Who's there?' 'Triplets!' 'Triplets who?' 'Triplet adventurers who answer a riddle and embark on a roller-coaster ride of thrills, spills and superheroes.'

Triplet adventurers answer a riddle and embark on a roller-coaster ride of mystery, suspense and intergalactic heroics. 'Knock, knock!' 'Who's there?' 'Triplets!' 'Triplets who?' 'Triplet adventurers who answer a riddle and embark on a roller-coaster ride of thrills, spills and superheroes.'

The Bowman triplets always attract trouble. So when twelve-year-olds Michael, Luke and Samantha ruin a classmate's costume party, they're chased by the school bullies into the city sewers. Locked inside, they discover a different kind of exit . . . A Knock-Knock Door. It's a gateway to another world, where sharks fly, swashbucklers scheme and party costumes become real. Soon, the triplets are mistaken for famous heroes and enlisted to fight the biggest trouble of all: a rampaging monster. Can you solve the puzzles and help bring our three adventurers home?

  • Published: 1 August 2011
  • ISBN: 9781742745435
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 336

About the author

Scott Monk

Scott Monk is a monster hunter. After a round trip around the universe, he has written Beyond the Knock Knock Door - his first contemporary fantasy novel for children. It chronicles the story of the Bowman triplets who stop squabbling long enough to solve riddles, dodge swashbucklers, fight a ferocious creature, and eat plenty of good stuff that dentists absolutely abhor. Respected for his ability to get even the most reluctant readers to pick up a book, Scott has also written four novels for teenagers, including Boyz'R'Us, Raw, The Crush and The Never Boys. When he isn't busy hunting monsters, he works as a sub-editor for The Australian newspaper or watches his footy team being smashed.

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