October half-term: Isambard and the Cato Street Conspiracy author talk
Date(s) - 23/10/2021
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Join author Robert Guidi for a free reading and book signing throughout the day on Saturday 23 October. Included in your museum ticket.
About Isambard and the Cato Street Conspiracy
London, 1820: Isambard is just like any other 16-year-old engineering genius until he stumbles across a radical plot to kill the Prime Minister. Things get complicated when he discovers that the conspiracy is being led by a French revolutionary supposedly executed 25 years earlier. With the help of the eccentric Candlewick sisters, whose magical shop has a habit of losing itself in the labyrinthine streets of Georgian London, Isambard defies his father and joins forces with the Bow Street Runners. But none of them have any idea about the ancient magic they are taking on.
Will a home-made messaging machine, a pair of telepathic stones and a talking gas be enough to help Isambard thwart the Cato Street Conspiracy?