Storymaze 5: The Minotaur's Maze

Terry Denton
AUD $14.99
Availability: Print on demand

The fifth book in the hilarious Storymaze comic adventure series. During a visit to a health farm on the planet Knossus, Claudia falls in love with the fearsome Minotaur. Enlisting the help of her friends Nico and Mikey, she attempts to free the Minotaur from his prison at the very centre of an impenetrable maze.


Well, don t expect me to help you.

This is a book about

a MAZE!!! You fool!


The kind no readers have ever found their way out of.

Even I got lost inside this book and wasn t seen for months.

And the illustrator got lost too. But then he hasn t been on this planet for years.


This book contains:

A story that will truly amaze you.

Multiple paths! This is a book that can be read differently each time. Try reading only the even-numbered pages. Then read only the odd pages.

An emergency plan!! If you find you are totally lost in this book, with, don t give up. Just close the book, take off your clothes and run screaming to the nearest exit.

An ending! Yes, this story has a real ending but, unfortunately, I ve lost it. So if you happen to find it, could you please return it to me?

I haven t seen it for months.

Maybe I left it on a bus.

But I never travel on buses.

Maybe it s under the bed.

I don t have a bed.

Just a basket on the floor.

And a lump of rock for a pillow.

Maybe the dog ate it.

Author bio:

Terry Denton has illustrated many popular and funny books, including the hilarious Just series by Andy Griffiths and Duck for Cover, Spooner or Later and Freeze a Crowd by Paul Jennings and Ted Greenwood. His own books include the madly inventive Storymaze and Gasp! series. In his Wombat and Fox books, Terry's idiosyncratic sense of humour shines through, this time directed to a younger audience.

Category: Children's
ISBN: 9781741140880
Publisher: A&U Children's
Imprint: A & U Children
Pub Date: August 2003
Page Extent: 144
Format: Paperback - B format
Age: 8 - 12
Subject: Children's, Teenage & educational