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Max Booth Future Sleuth Book 1

Tape Escape

Authors: Cameron Macintosh Illustrator: Dave Atze
(4 customer reviews)
01/Aug/2017
Children, Sci Fi, Adventure, Mystery
130
Paperback
153mm x 213mm
9781925520606
$12.99

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There’s a new sleuth in town – he’s fun, funny, and very 2424!

About The Series: Max Booth is an 11-year-old ‘shadie’ urchin living in the year 2424, struggling to survive.

With the chance to make some money by uncovering the secrets of mysterious ”gadgets” from the 20th century for the Bluggsville City Museum, Max and his faithful, but slightly neurotic, robo-dog Oscar start investigating.

But the path to success is never easy, and there are sinister tricks, strange characters and lots of challenges along the way.

Book 1: Max, and Oscar have been asked to identify an object that’s baffling everyone – a 1980s cassette tape. But there’s more to this tape than meets the eye. The tape contains long lost songs from a popular ”mega-star” David Snowie, and now there’s a strange musicological expert who clearly wants to stop them in their tracks.

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Cameron Macintosh

Cameron Macintosh

Cameron Macintosh was born in Melbourne and has lived there ever since, apart from overseas backpacking jaunts whenever he’s been able to fund them. He studied Psychology and Italian at Melbourne University, and Professional Writing at RMIT. Since then, he has written more than 80 books for primary and early secondary students. He has also […]

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Dave Atze

Dave Atze

This is the story of an ordinary boy… when he was a kid everyone thought he was quite odd. Always drawing quirky things and talking in funny voices while he drew. Until one day he stumbled across a weird looking pencil stuck in a sharpener. On the sharpener it read: whomever pulleth this pencil from […]

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4 reviews for Max Booth Future Sleuth Book 1

  1. Max Booth Future Sleuth: Tape Escape is highly recommended for boys aged 7+. Young readers will love reading about such a strong and resilient character like Max. They will laugh at his hi-jinks and imagine the high-tech futuristic world he lives in. Readers will want a robot dog just like Oscar. Max Booth is a quick moving story where good wins over evil. The vocabulary is descriptive and easy to read and will encourage reluctant readers. It is a great first chapter story. Kylie Kempster

  2. Max Booth Future Sleuth Tape Escape and Selfie Search are an awesome beginning to a fun and futuristic junior fiction series kids will love. – Kids Book Review

  3. Max Booth Future Sleuth is a marvellous junior fiction series about orphan boy Max Booth and his robot dog Oscar. – Kids Book Review

  4. Terrific Blog with Romi Sharp @Boomerang Books on Cameron Macintoshs new sci-fi series for kids. Illustrated by the very clever @Dave Atze
    Certainly one to goggle over (or google if you’re under 20), for its fascinating reflections into technological history and advancements.
    Romi Sharp
    https://blog.boomerangbooks.com.au/interview-cameron-macintosh-max-booth-future-sleuth/2017/10

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