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The Penguin of Death

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The Penguin of Death by Edward Monkton
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This book features things you need to know about The Penguin of Death: He is strangely attractive because of his enigmatic smile. He can kill you in any 1 of 412 different ways. This eccentric addition to the Monkton collection is unusually sinister unlike any of the other titles in the series. The Penguin softly calls you - from his palace in the snow, though every sinew holds you back. You know that you must go. And when you've make the journey 'cross the barren icy land. The Penguin simply smiles and says, "I knew you'd understand".

Inspired by Edward Monkton's bestselling and most-pondered card, "The Penguin of Death" is an epic ballad - a journey to the heart of life and Death. Edward Monkton's highly collectable series of books continues to delight and perplex tens of thousands of loyal followers. But no other card has brought such a delicious mixture of joy and fear as "The Penguin of Death". Entire websites have been devoted to discovering this deadly assassin's methods. Now, finally, the darkest of them all has been revealed in this stunning book.

Edward Monkton books make stylish gifts - for the home on the coffee table, in the bathroom, in quiet places, and they are perfect for giving to a loved one or for keeping for yourself.

Author Biography

Edward Monkton is a relative of Purple Ronnie, the other well-known creation of Giles Andreae. The three of them live together, philosophising and generally at peace with themselves and the world.
Release date NZ
October 2nd, 2006
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
32 b/w illus
Imprint
HarperCollins Entertainment
Pages
32
Dimensions
135x170x8
ISBN-13
9780007234646
Product ID
1645432

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