When 14 year old Matt lands a job with his hero - world-famous monster maker, Chancey Balogh - he can't believe his luck! Chancey has made lifesize mechanical monsters for Hollywood blockbusters and his reputation for scaring the living daylights out of audiences is legendary. But as soon as he starts work, Matt is plagued by bad luck. First some local boys get wind of his new job and his new money and decide to launch a full-on bullying campaign and then one night they break into the studios, determined to sabotage years of skillled craftsmanship. In a terrifying ordeal, where Matt suffers severe hallucinations, he sees the monsters come to life. But when he recovers from his concussion he cannot tell whether this actually happened or not. And neither can we . . .
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Nicholas Fisk's real name is David Higgenbottom. Born in London in 1923 he has worked as an actor, photographer, journalist, lecturer, musician, editor and publisher as well as finding the time to write Science Fiction and become one of the most popular author of Science Fiction/Horror over the past three decades. He has written over forty books and several television scripts.
Monster Maker by Nicholas Fisk
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Hachette Children's Group
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