Get your hands on a copy of The Boy Who Fell From The Sky by Benjamin Dean

This fast-paced sci-fi adventure is the perfect read for older primary children - and we're giving away five copies to lucky winners

Twelve-year-old Zed has always been fascinated by the Demons that fall from the sky. His whole life his dad has worked as a Hunter, tasked with eliminating Demons once and for all, and Zed hopes to one day follow in his footsteps.

But then one night Spark appears and disrupts everything Zed thought he knew. Because this Demon is nothing like the myths – he’s a frightened boy, no older than Zed, who wants to go back home.

Can Zed stand up for what’s right, even if it means going against his own family?

Read our review of The Boy Who Fell From The Sky

Read the blog: Benjamin Dean shares his favourite sci-fi stories for older primary children

We're excited to be giving away five copies of The Boy Who Fell From The Sky - all you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is to answer the question below and leave your details by the closing date of 11pm on Thursday 7 March 2024.

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