It’s probably a good thing that Mortimer has gone missing and is not around to read The Deep Freeze of Bartholomew Tullock by Alex Williams. Mortimer’s house is full of wonderful inventions, but the house in this story might turn him green with a bad case of inventor envy. If only these two amazing inventors could get together they’d have a house that could clean itself before folding itself up. Now that would be impressive!
But even if you don’t like cogs and gears and other intricate machinery as much as Mortimer, I still think you’d like The Deep Freeze of Bartholomew Tullock. See, the Breeze family needs money in a bad way because they haven’t sold one of their fancy fans in years, thanks to the everlasting artificial winter created by villain Bartholomew Tullock. If they can’t make the payments on their loan from Tullock, he will destroy their magnificent house and enslave them in the turnip fields with the rest of the townspeople!
Personally, I would use my razor-sharp claws and flesh-shredding teeth to take care of a villain like Bartholomew Tullock, but Rufus Breeze and his sister Madeline have another strategy to save their family.
No, I’m not going to tell you what it is—not even if you beg! You’ll just have to curl up under a toasty blanket with a cup of hot chocolate and read The Deep Freeze of Bartholomew Tullock by Alex Williams to find out for yourself. Believe me, you won’t be sorry.