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Released August 1, 2005
ISBN 9781904442707

£11.99

After his daring adventures in The Divide and Back To The Divide, Felix is safely back at school in the real world and looking forward to a visit from his best friend, Betony. But when Rhino, the school bully, knocks over Felix's bag in the corridor, all his plans are shattered. In Felix's bag, forgotten until this moment, is the magical lamp he kept last summer. From its spout escapes a furious brandee (genie) who takes Rhino hostage, demanding that Felix and Betony return him home. Together they make the journey across the Divide, but little do they know that inside the lamp, Rhino has discovered a dangerous new toy; an enchanted jinx box that will give him everything his heart desires...Together with their old friends, Felix and Betony must cross frozen northlands, fight terrifying wolf-like snagglefangs and outwit devious japegrins, to stop Rhino and the trickster jinx box that could wreck both their worlds for ever.

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Elizabeth Kay (YA)

Elizabeth Kay, born July 9, 1949 in London, is an English writer. She is the author of The Divide trilogy, a series of children's fantasy novels.

The Divide, her first book for children, was published in 2003. She was a keynote speaker at Accio 2005, the Harry Potter conference, and spoke at a children's book conference in Ukraine in 2007. She has appeared at other literary events, including the Cheltenham and Edinburgh festivals.She has two grown-up daughters.

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