The Good, the Bad and the Deadly 7 is a funny, action-packed, exciting monster adventure by the director of Sing, Garth Jennings. Having seven invisible monsters to hang out with during the summer holidays is pretty great, but now it's time to go back to school, and if Nelson's not careful, the Deadly 7 are going to get him into serious trouble. The monsters agree to stay away (and hang out in London Zoo), but there's one problem: something huge and invisible has started rampaging through the French countryside and it looks like Nelson and his monsters might be the only ones who can help. Who better to stop one enormous terrifying monster than seven little angry, sneaky, greedy, vain, adorable, thieving, farting monsters? That's right, Stan, Puff, Nosh, Miser, Hoot, Crush and Spike are here to save the day!
Funny, weird and the perfect mix of dark and light, this is a fantastic new voice in middle grade fiction. I loved it! * Robin Stevens * Warm and funny with a high yuck factor. * The Bookseller * Adventurous, imaginative and slightly bonkers (well, aren't all the best books), The Deadly 7 is as refreshing and funny as you'd expect from the guy who wrote and directed Son of Rambow. * Dad.info * Written with style and boundless imaginative power, and illustrated throughout by the author, The Deadly 7 are simply drop-dead fantastic! * Lancashire Evening Post * Packed with the sort of perilous adventure and icky humour that 9+ kids will love. * Independent * A zany page-turner. * Observer * Anarchic, original, hilarious fun. * Metro *