Ross’s landmark new novel, this funny, moving and brilliant sixth book cements his position as the most exciting storyteller around for readers of 10+.
When 11 year-old Malky and his younger brother Seb become the owners of a “Dreaminator”, they are thrust into worlds beyond their wildest imagination.
From tree-top flights and Spanish galleons, to thrilling battles and sporting greatness – it seems like nothing is out of reach when you can share a dream with someone else.
But…impossible dreams come with incredible risks, and when Seb won’t wake up and is taken to hospital in a coma, Malky is forced to leave reality behind and undertake a final, terrifying journey to the stone-age to wake his brother…
"This philosophical tale is a delight…pacy and exciting."
The Times - Children's Book of the Week
“Tibetan culture, parental divorce, and children’ fear underpin this funny, complex, gripping and deeply empathtic story from the masterful Welford”