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Product description

The TimeRiders travel to Sherwood Forest to crack a coded riddle which is 1000 years old, but holds sinister clues to the present… In 1993, British computer hacker Adam Lewis finds his name in an ancient coded manuscript. How did Adam’s name get in there – and why? Confronted by Adam in 2001, the TimeRiders travel back to Sherwood Forest in 1193 to discover the origins of the message. But when a strange hooded man appears, interested in the same thing, they start to wonder what terrible threat this cryptic link from the past holds for the future…

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780141333489

Publisher

Puffin

Date published

February 3rd, 2011

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 5.4; Middle years plus; 17.0 points

Other details
  • 448 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

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  1. Fiona, Scholastic Staff
    on 1 March 2011

    Addictive!

    The TimeRiders series is one of my guilty pleasures. It’s a brilliantly realised sci-fi adventure about three children saved from death and recruited into a top-secret time travel agency. As rogue time travellers change the course of history, Scarrow creates terrifying alternative New York Cities – imagine the Nazis had won WWII… It’s all told at a cracking pace, with tons of high adrenaline action and characters you really care about. Perfect for action and adventure fans of 10+ – and those much older!

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