Synopses & Reviews
Molly Moon meets . . . Molly Moon? In this third book in the wildly popular New York Timesbestselling series, mesmerizing orphan Molly Moon and her fabulous pug, Petula, are off to India, where they discover a new twist in the potential power of hypnosis: time travel! With the book available in trade paperback for the first time, readers can experience Mollys adventure in an edition perfectly suited for time travel.
“Can there ever be too many Molly Moons?” Publishers Weekly
Molly Moon meets . . . Molly Moon? In this third book in the wildly popular New York Times bestselling series, mesmerizing orphan Molly Moon and her fabulouspug, Petula, are off to India, where they discover a new twist in the potential power of hypnosis: time travel! With the book available in trade paperback for the first time, readers can experience Mollys adventure in an edition perfectly suited for time travel.
Molly Moon, reunited with her parents, is hypnotized by a mysterious turbaned gardener and eventually transported to India, where she meets not only a maharajah with a speech defect but also former versions of herself.
Wanting to learn more about the ancient art of hypnosis, Molly Moon heads to India where she encounters her nemesis who engages her in a time-travel adventure that soon has her meeting a younger version of herself in a time-warped world where she encounters an even worse villain upon her arrival! Reprint.
About the Author
Georgia Byng grew up outside Winchester, in England, near the river Itchen, with three naughty brothers and a sister. Her dad was nature loving and her mum was very encouraging and warm. The nearby country lane with its many cottages was somewhere Georgia first found out about characters, for it was teeming with them, and she used to interview them. Otherwise she would try to sell these neighbours things she had made.
As a child she loved acting and so at 18 went to The Central School of Speech and Drama in London. After college she began to paint and write. She had always written poems and songs but now she started writing stories.
Her first were in comic strip, a medium that she worked with for five years. The Sock Monsters was her first published book in 1995 - a comic strip story for 5 - 7 year olds.
Georgia lives in a house in London full of old and new art, as her husband is the conceptual artist Marc Quinn. Marc keeps all sorts of strange things in the fridge - once he had to keep a Canadian frog in there as it was hibernating and had to be kept cold. They and their family, Tiger, Lucas and Sky love to travel, their favorite destination being India.