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Publisher's Summary

Here is Book 3 in The Floods series, featuring the Floods family on the run! Travel back in time to far away Transylvania Waters and find out what happened when a lowly drain cleaner called Nerlin Flood fell in love with the royal princess Mordonna.

Can the two escape from an explosively angry King Quatorze, the nastiest spies in the land, and the prospect of life down the toilet? Why does their eldest child, Valla, drink blood? Was Satanella really turned into a dog because of an accident with a prawn and a faulty wand? This is your chance to find out how all the Floods children came to be born - or created.

©2006 Colin Thompson (P)2007 Bolinda Publishers Pty Ltd.

Critic Reviews

"This is a zany, witty, off-the-wall book....A lot of fun for 8- to 12-year-olds." ( Reading Time)

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