"For you, the city, thus I turn my back:
There is a world elsewhere."
Coriolanus, Act 3 Scene 3
The planet Titan has run out of fuel so it has decided to invade a nearby planet, Antium, and steal its fuel.
A great leader will lead them in this invasion to save Titan from certain doom.
But will he return a hero or a monster?
Influenced by Shakespeare's Coriolanus, Titan has been expertly written by Danny Pearson to appeal to sci-fi fans. It features a low reading age of 6-7, with the ability to hold the interest of a 13-16 year old. Bursting with attention-grabbing two-tone illustrations, Titan will engage its reader and capture their interest to keep them wanting more.
Danny has skilfully written Titan with short sentences and simple language which, coupled with the striking illustrations by Aleksandar Sotirovski, ensure this title will appeal to struggling and reluctant readers. Boasting a realistic word count of 500-600, dyslexia-friendly font and line spacing with the look and feel of a real book, Titan is a stimulating and accessible read to be enjoyed time and time again.