Full of magical code-breaking skills, non-stop action and a tech-savvy hero, this action-packed sequel is perfect for fans of Percy Jackson, Doctor Who and Alex Rider. Twelve year-old genius William Wenton is still getting used to his extraordinary talent for cracking codes, but when an ancient artefact mysteriously disappears from the Institute for Impossible Archaeology, William must gear up for his most dangerous adventure yet - against an enemy hell-bent on unleashing an ancient portal of untold power. From Norway, to England and then on to the dizzying heights of the Himalayas, this race-against-time adventure will push this young hero's skills to the limit.
Bobbie Peers studied film at The London Film School (97-99) and has worked as a screenwriter and director in Norway since 2000. Peers is the first, and still the only, Norwegian film director to win the Palme d'Or at the Cannes film festival (2006). His first feature film was out in cinemas in Norway and at International Film festivals in 2015 (Dirk Ohm: The Disappearing Illusionist).