Sunday, June 12, 2011

BOOK REVIEW: Floods 10 Lost

Title: Floods 10: Lost

Author: Colin Thompson

Publisher: Random House

RRP: $14.95

ISBN: 9781864719468

Release Date: March 2011


The caves under Transylvania Waters are about to be explored for the first time ever. What will the Floods find?


The Floods are back in their rightful place as rulers of Transylvania Waters and there is an enormous amount to do to bring the country out of the Dark Ages. But what does a country need to become part of the modern world? Well, it needs socks, PlayStations and seventy-three varieties of genetically modified sausage, but above all else it needs maps.

Winchflat's new wife, Maldegard, has been appointed Transylvania Waters's first ever Official Map-Maker. What she and Edna Hulbert discover during their travels will astound, terrify, amuse and intrigue you.


The Floods Lost is the tenth book in the YA series by Colin Thompson and a great continuation of the series. If you have read the previous nine instalments then you will love this one as well as many of your favourite characters will be gracing the pages and up to more of their usual antics. If you haven’t read any of these books yet, then do yourself a favour and go out and grab the other books in the series.

I love YA books like this, and Skullduggery Pleasant, that are a good read for not only the target audience, but adults who are a kid at heart.

Great book.

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