Jumanji meets the Hunger Games

When Arthur, Ren and Cecily investigate a mysterious explosion, they find themselves trapped in the year 2473.

Lost in Wonderscape, an epic in-reality computer game, they must call on the help of some famous characters from history to help them progress through the levels and escape before time runs out.

The Game is on – Travel with Wonder.

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Rob Bartlett

A hugely exciting and playful mash-up of video game and history that’s why I liked it. It was very different to the usual books I read and I really liked it.
I think anyone who likes a bit of everything; a bit of history and computer games combined, would adore this book. It was amazing. I loved every second of it and would recommend to any age.
Aragon – Longacre School

Yanxi J - Habs Girls

Wonderscape is a book in which I have no words to describe it as it was so brilliant that I was rendered speechless at the end. Although it started at a moderately slow speed, it swiftly began to pick up the pace and soon was moving at the speed of the Pipsqueaks’ race car – that is to say, extremely fast! I particularly loved that each hero (or historical figure) pioneered in a different area of expertise and how the world they inhabited suited each hero so uniquely and the interactions the heroes had with each other at the end… Read more »