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Word of honour
Pryor, Michael, 1957-
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Publication Information:
North Sydney, N.S.W. : Random House Australia, 2010.
Physical Description:
433 pages ; 20 cm.
Aubrey Fitzwilliam and his best friend George, after a dangerous ride on a submarine, discover a plot to rob the Bank of Albion and Aubrey must summon all of his magic powers to prevent Dr. Tremaine from taking control of Trinovant.
General Note:
Previously published: 2008.
Reading Level:
For secondary school age.
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" Sinister plots, schemes within schemes, magical upheavals and a world to save from war. Aubrey goes looking for trouble - and finds it, as always. Magical genius Aubrey Fitzwilliam, along with his loyal friend George, is trying to immerse himself in his new life at university. But for Aubrey life is never straightforward. When Aubrey's father, the Prime Minister, invites him and George to take a ride on a top-secret submersible, Aubrey can't resist. The magical attack that threatens to send them to the bottom of the ocean begins a whirlwind series of events - a plot to rob Albion's largest bank, strange underground disturbances and an opera singer who bears an uncanny resemblance to Aubrey's nemesis, Dr Tremaine . . . How can Aubrey concentrate on his studies when there are mysteries to unravel?"

Author Notes

" Michael Pryor has published more than twenty-five fantasy books and over forty short stories, from literary fiction to science fiction to slapstick humour. Michael has been shortlisted six times for the Aurealis Awards, has been nominated for a Ditmar award, and six of his books have been CBCA Notable Books, including three books in the Laws of Magic series. Michael's most recent books include The Chronicles of Krangor series for younger readers, The Laws of Magic series and The Extraordinaires series for older readers, as well as 10 Futures , a collection of interlinked stories imagining what our next 100 years might be like."