"Engagingly light-hearted, Pratchettesque comic fantasy" - The Guardian
Around the unfriendly, rocky island of Brutalia, the waves are awash with brave sea-farers, on a treasure hunt for their demanding queen. Among them is Mort, but rather than hunt for treasure, he's more interested in looking for his family who are lost at sea. Unfortunately, his shipmate Punky has her eyes firmly on the prize.
But when the pair find the tentacle of a mythical sea creature, their adventure takes a dramatic turn. Is this the prize-winning treasure Punky and the queen seek? Or could it be a monstrous twist in Mort's rescue mission?
The second book in a wickedly funny series about an aspiring pacifist in a brutal kingdom, perfect for fans of the HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON series, FROSTHEART and THE NOTHING TO SEE HERE HOTEL.
PRAISE FOR MORT THE MEEK AND THE RAVENS' REVENGE :
"Crammed with wisecracking corvids and outrageous wordplay, it's engagingly light-hearted, Pratchettesque comic fantasy" - The Guardian
"Delahaye's writing is clever and hilarious and bursting with creativity" - Rashmi Sirdeshpande, author of HOW TO CHANGE THE WORLD
"A rip-roaringly funny read from the queen of comedy" - Linda C, Educator
"This is a hilariously dark adventure for anyone who wants to stand up for what's right" - Tsam P, Bookseller
This is Book 2 in the Mort the Meek Series. See all Mort the Meek books here.
See More Humorous stories
After studying linguistics, Rachel began a career in print journalism. She has worked in London, Sydney and Melbourne, and now lives in Bath. While she has vowed never to move again (well, not for a little while), her imagination has refused to settle down, and she's now writing children's fiction. Rachel is married with two children and a dog called Rocket.More about Rachel Delahaye
Nicola was raised by the seaside in beautiful Brighton. She loves reading, dancing, rhyming and turquoise things. She now lives with her husband in East London and spends her days writing and editing children's books. Jem Maybank is an illustrator based in Leeds who loves Adobe Photoshop and works either in her studio or on her houseboat with her four birds.More about George Ermos