The Inkberg Enigma
Haven't you always thought there's something WEIRD about this town, Miro?
Miro and Zia live in Aurora, a fishing town nestled in the shadow of an ancient castle. Miro lives in his books; Zia is never without her camera. The day they meet, they uncover a secret. The fishing works, the castle, and the town council are all linked to an ill-fated 1930s Antarctic expedition. But the diary of that journey has been hidden, and the sea is stirring up unusual creatures. Something has a powerful hold over the town.
With Zia determined to find out more, Miro finds himself putting aside his books for a real adventure.
by Rachel Tribout
This is a good mystery adventure. It has so many compelling things for me: a main character who loves books, dangerous sea monsters and dark secrets. It somehow has a Tintin feel with its old timey illustrations and intriguing plot. It is accessible for children from eight years old, but all ages will enjoy this graphic novel, in particular the fans of Tintin or Jules Verne.
Publication Date: 01-May-2020
Publisher: Gecko Press