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In this comic adventure, strange things are happening to Spike and Suzy's belongings. Their furniture is mysteriously disappearing. As usual, Ambrose thinks he can solve the mystery but, as usual, he is wrong and Spike and Suzy end up meeting Sagarmatha, goddess of Everest.
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"The flying priest spoke of a white light"
Sagarmatha is a wild and wacky story of two children who wake up one winter's day to find that weird things are happening to their belongings. Ambrose, as usual, reckons that he can solve the mystery but, as usual, he's wrong. Soon our friends end up in all sorts of crazy trouble and find themselves on the roof of the world where they meet Sagarmatha, Goddess of Everest.
The first books about Spike and Suzy appeared over fifty years ago in Belgium. The cartoon series rapidly became one of the most popular ever published throughout continental Europe. Since then more than 150 million copies of the books have been sold in over twenty different languages. If you liked Tintin, you'll love Spike and Suzy.
"Combining unbridled comedy and imagination with globe-trotting locations and realistic detail, Willy Vandersteen's adventures of Spike and Suzy and their senior sidekicks have a refreshing unpredictability that has made them modern children's classics."
(Paul Gravett, Director of The Cartoon Art Trust, 1999).
"Are you a comic book addict? Why not catch up with the adventures of Spike and Suzy! Devised by Willy Vandersteen, friend of TinTin creator Herge, they're bigger in Europe than Mont Blanc - you can even eat Spike and Suzy ice-cream or visit their museum!"
(Meg@ - The Times Children's Supplement, 1998).
"SPIKE AND SUZY - New graphic novels from a Scottish publisher, with echoes of TinTin and Asterix, these are fun to read and could tempt those reluctant readers."
(Shelf Life, 1999).
"Ever fancied yourself as an explorer? Join Spike and Suzy and transport yourself to deepest Peru, Mount Everest or 18th century Sussex, Pick up one of these brilliant comic books, sit back and enjoy the ride!" (Aquilla, 1999).
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Book Description Intes International, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110953317803