Tyranno Quest 2
By Steve Skidmore and Steve Barlow
Illustrated by Jack Lawrence
A smash-hit interactive adventure series where YOU are the hero and can decide your own destiny as the story progresses. Written by the award-winning 2Steves!
Tyranno, the evil Starlord, plans to attack Earth with his alien armies. Your quest is to defeat Tyranno. But before YOU can challenge him, you must battle Vulkana, ruler of Fireworld. Defeat Vulkana and capture her Staff of Power. Use it to upgrade your DART suit with a brand new ability!
You are the hero of this book. Only you can decide your own destiny...
Kindle version supported by the Kindle Fire, Fire HD, Fire HDX, Fire DX and Paperwhite.
This title is published by Franklin Watts EDGE, which produces a range of books to get children reading with confidence. We believe this title will be of interest to readers aged 7+ and to older readers who struggle with reading.
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Steve Skidmore is shorter than Steve Barlow and less hairy. He was born in Birstall near Leicester in England. After managing to pass some exams at school, he went on to Nottingham University to supposedly read English, but spent most of his time playing sport and doing a variety of summer jobs including counting pastry pie lids `yes, really`.
He trained as a teacher of Drama, English and Film studies, before teaming up with Steve Barlow to become a full time author.
He lives in Leicester and is a great rugby fan `he supports Leicester Tigers - "Come on you Tiiiiigeeeers!"`. Steve Barlow was born in Britain `in Crewe, in the county of Cheshire`. He went to Brierley Street School, which was like Bash Street only not as sophisticated, then to Crewe County Grammar School for Boys `and what kind of school feels the need, in its name, to remind its pupils what gender they are? Hmmm?`. He went on to study at Warwick University and Nottingham University, and worked at various times as a teacher, actor, stage manager and puppeteer. Then he went to teach in Botswana, where a valid excuse for students not handing in their homework was `A goat ate it, sir!`. On his return to the UK he met Steve Skidmore, and the rest is hysteria.
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04 Oct 2012
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