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Bring Back Cerberus: The Debt Instalment Three

Phillip Gwynne    
Format: Paperback - B format
Pages: 288
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Bring Back Cerberus: The Debt Instalment Three


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Book three of a high-octane thriller series. Dom has four more Herculean tasks to perform...or lose a pound of flesh. In this instalment he has to find a valuable and mysterious piece of technology.


Dom should be concentrating on training for his big race and a possible spot on the Australian team to compete at the World Youth Games. But the powerful, shadowy organisation, The Debt, has other ideas. And as Dom knows: you don't mess with The Debt.

The Debt has handed down the next task to repay Dom's ancient family debt, and it's seemingly impossible! Procure a Cerberus. Rumoured to be still in development, Cerberus is an innovative piece of next-generation technology, only whispered about in the furthest reaches of cyberspace. Drawn into the shady world of black-hat hacking and industrial espionage, Dom will need every skill he's learnt, and acquire some more, to complete this instalment. How do you steal something that doesn't exist? This time will he fail and lose a pound of flesh?

Phillip Gwynne's first novel Deadly Unna? was the literary hit of 1998 winning Children's Book of the Year and selling over 200,000 copies. It was made into the feature film Australian Rules for which Phillip's screenplay won an AFI award in 2002. Since then Phillip's novels have all received both high acclaim and popularity amongst readers including his young adult novel Swerve which was shortlisted for many awards amongst them the 2010 Prime Minister's Award and the Golden Inky.

Phillip's also no stranger to writing thrillers as he has written an adult detective thriller The Build Up, but The Debt is his first series for upper-primary school readers and combines both his substantial literary skills and his ability to tell a good story.

ISBN: 9781742378596
Australian Pub.: February 2013
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Imprint: A & U Children
Subject: Children's fiction
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Suitable for ages: 10-14

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