C'est quoi le Disque-monde de Terry Pratchett? -- Johnny Maxwell
 
       
Compilations Retour à la page Bibliographie The BromeliadVersion anglaise


Johnny Maxwell





Only You Can Save Mankind


As the mighty alien fleet from the very latest computer game thunders across the computer screen, Johnny prepares to blow them into the usual million pieces.

And they send him a message:

We Surrender.

They're not supposed to do that! They're supposed to die. And computer joysticks don't have `Don't Fire' buttons...

It's hard enough, trying to save Mankind from the Galactic Hordes. It's even harder trying to save the Galactic Hordes from Mankind.

But it's only a game, isn't it.

Isn't It?


Johnny and the Dead


Not many people can see the dead (not many would want to). But twelve-year-old Johnny Maxwell can. And he's got bad news for them: the council want to sell the cemetery as a building site. But the dead have learned a thing or two from Johnny. They're not going to take it lying down... especially since it's Halloween tomorrow.

Besides, they're beginning to find that life is a lot more fun than it was when they were... well... alive. Especially if they break a few rules...


Johnny and the Bomb


There was a flash of light, the air flickered... and the world changed. It's May 21, 1941, thought Johnny. It's war.

Johnny Maxwell and his friends have to do something when they find Mrs Tachyon, the local bag lady, semi-conscious in an alley... as long it it's not the kiss of life.

But there's more to Mrs Tachyon than a squeaky trolley and a bunch of dubious black bags. Somehow she holds the key to different times, different eras - including the Blackbury Blitz in 1941. Suddenly now isn't the safe place Johnny once though it was, as he finds himself bound up more and more with then...


The Johnny Maxwell Trilogy
Haut de la page