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The Phoenix Presents: Corpse Talk

by Adam Murphy (author)

Suitable for 11 - 13 years

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What could the dead tell you if they were still here? Well – don’t just wonder. Dig them up and ask them! That’s exactly what host Adam Murphy does in his ultra-freaky TV chat show, Corpse Talk. OK: these famous folk might not smell quite as fresh as they once did. And they have a bad habit of cracking dead awful jokes. But like most people, they love talking about themselves! Stop in for a natter with Genghis Khan, Winston Churchill, Nikola Tesla, Marie Curie, Jane Austen and other late greats. Horrible Histories gone zombie.

  • A graphic novel where the dead famous come back to life!
  • Based on a comic strip from The Phoenix magazine
  • The Phoenix features top authors like Philip Pullman
  • Perfect for reluctant readers and fantasy/comics fans

Product Details

Catalogue number

413 in UK Primary Summer 2020






David Fickling Books

Date published

July 3rd, 2014

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  • 61 pages


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