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Mooney and Spacee and the Tree o' Wishes-bookcover

By: Glenn Morley

Mooney and Spacee and the Tree o' Wishes

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What would you do if you were lost in an alien land full of danger, lies, stupidity, duplicity, insanely clever traps, ravenous apex-predators and, to top it all off, the legendarily sarcastic child-eating, mushroom-scoffing, poetry-reciting ogre called Borborygm (the scariest monster ever invented in literature) … and then you find everything in this land wants to eat you too?

You’d try and find a way to get back home, right?

This is exactly the situation that Mooney and Spacee have found themselves in. There’s just one hope: Steal the Tree o’ Wishes. It’s all very simple really. Except Borborygm has it.

‘I devoured War and Peace but this is so much better. Shorter too.’ Jillian (15 years)

‘...a heart-rending, mind-cracking, sanity-pounding tour de force.’ Leanne (11 years)

‘I loved the swearing.’ Darlene (9 years)

‘Don’t buy this book.’ Darlene’s mum

Glenn Morley is from Melbourne, Australia. When he was seven, he went to a park to find owl bones for a black magic ritual. There were no bones. Just acorns (just as well, black magic is dangerous). He cried. He’s now respected and responsible. He’s a psychiatric nurse. He loves life and loves laughing. He has clownfish. They drive him crazy, but they juggle well. Glenn loves writing wacky words, thinking about the multiverse, moons, graves, ghouls, great quests, and clever fools.

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