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You may have recently seen my excited tweets talking about this great new book and with it, I want to share the fantastic interactive website full of games, features and bits about the book.

Hailed as the new ‘Harry Potter’, ‘The History Keepers’ aims to fill the void Harry and co. left behind. My review of this fantastic book will be coming soon but for now, here’s a link to the website.

 http://thehistorykeepers.com/blog/?page_id=397 

where you can create your own characters. You choose the era the character comes from and after uploading your picture you can choose all sorts about your hero. And here’s some more information  on what the book is all about…

“When Jake is kidnapped by strangers on a stormy London night he discovers his loving parents have been leading a double life and are now missing, lost somewhere in history. He is plunged into a world of secret societies, dangerous double agents, and a terrifying countdown to oblivion. Transported by a Spanish galleon back to 19th century France, he finds himself in the headquarters of The History Keepers – a remarkable league of time-travelling special agents. The History Keepers preserve the true course of history against those who would change it for their own gain, such as the diabolical Prince Zeldt.  Driven by a sense of adventure and a desire to reunite his family, Jake makes the most thrilling – and dangerous – decision of his life.

 

Damian Dibben has worked extensively as a screenwriter on projects as diverse as Phantom of the Opera and Puss in Boots. Dibben, who lives on the South Bank with his dog Dudley, has lived in London all his life. He was born in Eaton Square to a family of famous eccentrics from whom he inherited his sense of humour and a love of London and history. His passions include cosmology, archaeology and natural science, all of which have informed this remarkable debut.”

The History Keepers: The Storm Begins 

 Damian Dibben 

 Doubleday /  HB/ £12.99 / out now

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