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Wiggott's Wonderful Waxworld: Terror Train Award-winning author/illustrator

by Terry Deary (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 9 - 12 years

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A mysterious tower. A girl trapped in a glass case. A stolen phone. A door to a secret world. Gruesome, ghastly, glorious: everything you’d expect from Terry Deary. A rollicking time-travel frolic by the Horrible Histories star. Things aren’t going too well for Boy in Wildpool. The police are looking for him, and so is the scary Arfur Loaf. Still, heading to Wiggott’s Wonderful Waxworld to lie low might be the worst decision Boy’s ever made. No – getting on the Terror Train: that’s the worst decision he’s ever made. Now two notorious Victorian killers, Burke and Hare, are after him as well! It’s up to Boy to get back to his own time, escape the Terror Train and rescue the girl. Surely that’s plenty for any boy to do in one day?

  • Spooky new fiction by the Horrible Histories author
  • Terry Deary’s books have sold over 25 million copies
  • For fans of Goosebumps, Goth Girl and Shadow House
  • Deliciously atmospheric, witty and suspenseful writing

Product Details

Catalogue number

799 in EU Primary November 2018







Date published

September 6th, 2018

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  • 400 pages


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