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  • Published: 1 August 2012
  • ISBN: 9781742754840
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 240

Mortal Combat




Mort's experiments with time-travel have landed him and the rest of humanity in serious trouble this time!

Mort's experiments with time-travel have landed him and the rest of humanity in serious trouble this time!

When 10,000-year-old Mortimer DeVere and his rag-bag crew of accidental time-travellers find themselves slap-bang in the middle of World War Two, things start looking pretty dicey.
And with evil Adolf Hitler on the scene, the situation becomes positively lethal.

But when the gang escape the clutches of the nasty Nazi and his trigger-happy troops they find that, in comparison to where they end up, wartime Berlin is ein walk in the park.

As he faces an army of vicious Vikings, demented dinosaurs and nutty nudists, Mort discovers that ripping a great big hole in the fabric of time was probably not one of his better ideas . . .

The sequel to Mort.

  • Pub date: 1 August 2012
  • ISBN: 9781742754840
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 240

About the Author

Martin Chatterton

Martin Chatterton was born in Liverpool, England, and has been successfully writing and illustrating books for over thirty years. He has written dozens of books for children and illustrated many more, collaborating with a number of illustrious authors along the way, including multiple British Children's Laureates. His work has been published in fourteen languages and has won or been shortlisted for numerous awards in Australia, the US and the UK. As Ed Chatterton, Martin writes crime fiction, screenplays and historical fiction and several of his books are in development with various TV and film producers. Martin is also well known as a children's performer and tours globally. When he's not writing and illustrating, Martin is an in-demand public performer, touring schools and festivals around the world. In 2017 Martin gained his PhD and is currently working on two projects related to his doctorate. After a period spent living in the US, he now divides his time between Australia and the UK.

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