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The Dark Dream

(Beaver Towers #4)

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In this fourth Beaver Towers adventure, Philip and old Mr. Edgar set off on their travels so that Philip can learn how to use his powers to fight evil. But while they are away, the island itself is under threat from a strange creature named Retson. This time it is up to Baby B, the little beaver and Nick, the hedgehog, to save the day.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published 1997 by Puffin Books
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Well, the four book saga that I started when I was seven (well my teacher started) is finally done and I don't know that I'm entirely happy about it. It was a great story, perhaps slightly more grown up than the earlier books with some philosophical ideas being explored (albeit in a simplistic manner) but a fun romp all the same. It did not feel like the end of the story to me. Yea sure, they defeated the Prince of Darkness but it wasn't a complete defeat. I was hoping for the overall destructio ...more
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Nigel Hinton was born and educated in London. After two years in advertising, he worked as an English teacher for nine years. His first novel, Collision Course (winner of the Dutch Silver Pen Award) was written as a result of a challenge from one of his pupils. He began teaching part-time and also worked as a professional actor before concentrating on his writing.

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