Troubador Chester's Fairground

Released: 15/12/2017

ISBN: 9781788039017

Format: Paperback

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Chester's Fairground


Lawrence Prestidge, the author of 'ROLO' and 'Terror at the Sweet Shop',is back with his latest book 'Chester's Fairground'

Owen Parker is a kid that's obsessed with video games. None more so than the latest release of the graphic video game 'War Games 5'. Owen has been counting down the days of the release of the video game to only be horrified by its price. After failing to convince his parents to 'loan' him the money for the video game Owen decides to runaway hoping that this helps them 'reconsider' funding Owen's MUST HAVE. During his time out of the house, Owen notices a yard sale and is soon handed a free video game 'Chester's Fairground' by a very nervous looking teenager. Owen soon decides to return home where he can try out his new FREE video game by himself.

But this video game will change Owen's life forever as he enters the world of 'Chester's Fairground' with other children who have also entered the Fairground.

What surprises and secrets does Owen discover along the way? Well, you'll have to read on to find out... but we should warn you- this tale is NOT for the faint hearted.

The story features a whole host of colourful and entertaining characters, including Owen's parents, other children and of course the host of the Fairground itself 'Chester'.

'Chester's Fairground' is a imaginative tale, reminiscent of stories by authors such Roald Dahl, R.L Stine and David Walliams. Guaranteed to bring laughter, it will be enjoyed by children aged 7-12 – as well as any adults who might read it to them.

Lawrence Prestidge went to my school one day and I bought one of his books and he signed it. He was really kind in my opinion and the book is really funny in my opinion. I have never read any of his other books but as this is his 3rd book I think Its amazing, great job and keep on making books!

by Ashraf

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