The Ghost Station

The Ghost Station

by Nigel Cole




Darcy, bored with her summer homework, had to write an essay about Guy Fawkes and his plan to blow up Parliament. But little did she know that this homework was about to become the most exciting she had done yet!

When Darcy and her friends, the Brompton Bulldogs, found themselves in a disused underground station, it turned out to be a whole lot more dangerous than they had expected. When they took a trip back in time, they found themselves helping the so-called "traitor" Guy Fawkes and his fellow conspirators to escape the clutches of merciless King James after the failed Gunpowder plot.

What could be better than a living history lesson? What would they make of life in smelly 17th century England? Would they become traitors and hang for their crimes or would they survive this perilous and unjust time and change the course of history?

There were more revelations to come, the biggest one of all was when Darcy found out something that would change their lives forever.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781784653941
Publisher: Vanguard Press
Publication date: 06/28/2018
Pages: 212
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.45(d)

About the Author

Nigel Paul Cole is from Portsmouth, England, but now lives in Madrid, Spain.

He has travelled extensively through Asia, Polynesia, Europe and the United States. He lived in New Zealand for a few years, where his second child was born.

Since leaving his job with IBM, he has owned and operated an award-winning chain of internet cafes, learnt Spanish, earned a TEFL certificate and started a new life in Spain, where he has been teaching English to school children and some of Spain's most prominent diplomats and politicians.

He is always open to new challenges and is excited at what may lie ahead for him in the literary world.

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