They have located a missing unicorn, saved cursed mermaids and cured an elf princess of frost fever. The twins are ready to tackle a new case.
The last weekend of their summer break and the Helper Agency receives a magic message! Someone is in trouble and need their help. Nova and Simon pack their equipment and head out on their bikes to rescue the person in need, but everything isn't what it seems to be and the twins are facing their most dangerous case yet.
In the last part of the Helper Agency series, we get to join the twins on a hair-raising adventure in towers as well as the underworld, meet speaking skeletons, The Neck (water spirit) and lots of other fairytale creatures. Well, a whole army of them actually.
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I can definitely, very warmly, recommend this series of the Helper Agency to all intermediate and advanced new readers that like imaginative adventures. Or for the less advanced beginner readers, if an adult is there to read aloud, of course.
Daniel is a forty-something father of three, who lives with his wife and children in Östersund, a quaint town in the centre of Sweden.
Earlier on in his career, he worked as a developer of computer games and TV games with characters like the Moomins and Bamse the world's strongest bear.
While Daniel worked as a games developer, he came up with the idea for his first book The Tuesday Cow (Swedish title: Tisdagskossan) and things have just progressed from there.
After The Tuesday Cow, he wrote a sequel called The Tuesday Pirates and then a series called The Helper Agency consisting of four parts.
He has already started his next project named The Tree at the end of the World, the first book is due to be released during the spring of 2019.