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The Sewer Rats

J T Griffiths

Science Fiction, Children's, Young Adult

Riding the skycart into space starts an adventure for two young girls. Monsters, living tattoos and a power mad general try to spoil it.

Riding the skycart for free earned the two young brothers the nickname of ‘the sewer rats’. When they visit a world so old-fashioned that they still use wheels and wrist-computers they are joined by two sisters, Carina and Heen. They begin an adventure star-hopping between worlds, battling agai...