By Sam Llewellyn
Abbot Dagger's Academy is a boarding college for kids so bizarre, undesirable or DANGEROUSLY very good they need to be locked up faraway from civilization . . .
Onyx, Owen and Rosetti are the most unearthly, baddest and brilliantest. they need to win the Greyte Cup for success by means of Founders' Day. yet first they need to locate it. effortless, correct? WRONG!
The Greyte Cup is not any traditional Skool trophy. It's the HOLY GRAIL! And somebody has hidden it – someplace within the TRACKLESS WASTES OF TIME!! So they'd larger blast off – correct now!
Monty Python meets St Trinian's during this brilliantly bonkers comedian event. The raid of the Knights Templar, the drowning of Atlantis and the extinction of the dinosaurs – as in simple terms Sam Llewellyn can inform it!
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