When Sunni Forrest’s stepbrother accidentally transports himself into a Renaissance painting, she and her friend Blaise set out to bring him back. They find themselves in a strange world of labyrinths, monsters and pirates. Can they evade their greedy pursuers? And will they ever find their way home?
Shortlisted for the Scottish Children's Book Award, the West Sussex Children's Book Award 2011, the Leeds Book Awards 2011 and the New Horizons Book Award 2012. Longlisted for the Amazing Book Award 2012.
"An impressive debut that’s part of Templar’s expanding fiction list. It’s a more literary read, and I’d put it at the top end of nine to 12." Fiona Noble, The Bookseller
"…anyone particularly interested in art will be absolutely fascinated by it" Thebookbag.co.uk
Click here to watch Teresa Flavin interviewed by the Scottish Book Trust.