The Stig Plays a Dangerous Game by Jon Claydon and Tim Lawler
The first in a fast-paced, funny series featuring The Stig: Top Gear’s legendary racing driver. Sam Wheeler may be the new boy in Bunsfold, but he’s got a feeling that all is not well either in the town or at Bunsfold High – and he’s not just talking about the maths teacher with the unfortunate flatulence. Sam and his new friends must work together to stop the evil genius PT Cruiser and his plans for world domination. Will they be able to succeed? With a little help from The Stig, anything is possible.
This book is for anyone who loves Top Gear, The Stig, mystery and intrigue. There’s action, adventure and loads of tongue-in-cheek humour that will have any reader hooked from the first page. The book is written in such a way, that the reader is immersed completely in the story. I could feel the atmosphere change whenever The Stig entered the picture. This book has something for every reader; a girl bully, kids who have to save the world, an evil genius and a heroic dog! It is guaranteed to engage even the most reluctant reader, boy or girl. I read it in one go and can’t wait to introduce it to my class when school starts. I can’t wait for the next Stig adventure! A huge 5 wheels up for The Stig Plays a Dangerous Game.
Information about the Book
Title:The Stig Plays a Dangerous Game
Author:Jon Claydon and Tim Lawler
Release Date:8thMarch 2018
Jon wrote sell-out shows at Edinburgh while at university before plumping for a career in advertising and technology investment that has seen him become a fixture on the Sunday Times ‘Britain’s 500 Most Influential People’ list. One day, while attending to one of many sidelines – as a columnist for Top Gear magazine – Jon had a moment. Alone in a lift, he met The Stig, who non-verbally communicated that it was high time someone wrote a book for his many younger fans. Jon called Tim, they fired up their flux capacitor and returned, sliding-doors-style, to the career they’d always thought they should have had in the first place.
Tim Lawler wrote sell-out Edinburgh shows at university before spending many years in ventures such as building and filling a fringe theatre, performing stand-up poetry, living in various parts of the globe and working as an advertising brand planner.