Mel and Reuben have been studying Soul Retrieval, running through all manner of challenging scenarios in virtual reality, in order to learn the specialized skills necessary to rescue human souls. The two angels are sent to Japan, to try and reunite a young girl’s soul with her body, as she lies in a coma. It isn't her time to die. In their quest for the soul, Mel and Reuben have to enter a realm that’s magical and exquisite, like an idealized Japanese fairy-tale dream feudal lords, fabulous magical castles, ninjas, wandering monks, waterfalls, demons, and shapeshifters. But like all dreams, it has its dark side, and the Japanese afterlife has some extremely scary aspects. Mel and Reuben must stick together . . . and at the end, there is even a little hint of romance for our two angel buddies!
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Annie Dalton is the author of numerous other award-winning children's titles, including The Real Tilly Beany and Night Maze, which were both shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal, and After Dark Princess and Swan Sister.Review:
Praise for MEL BEEBY:"Bright, sassy and adventurous"Daily ExpressPraise for LOSING THE PLOT:"The book is a glossy package, the writing hip and current, but the story has integrity, substance and depth."GuardianPraise for WINGING IT from amazon.co.uk readers:"I can't wait until the next ANGELS UNLIMITED book comes out!""The cover is really cool and so is the story!""This is such a lovely book. It is warm, funny, a great adventure story - and also full of insights about the problems around death and dying. It's a really original book - give it to all your friends!""The coolest book on earth!!!"
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Descrizione libro HarperCollins UK. PAPERBACK. Condizione libro: New. 0007204787 Brand new, Unopened, may have slight shelf wear. Excellent Customer Service. Ships Quickly. Codice libro della libreria SKU001331
Descrizione libro HarperCollins UK, 2008. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0007204787