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It's hard to find fault with this book as I have been a big Nick Bantock fan from the beginning of the Griffin & Sabine series. The only thing that would have helped my understanding from the beginning (I had to look this up) would have been to tell the reader that "Pharos" literally means lighthouse and that the reference is to the famous Lighthouse of Alexandria, one of the famous wonders of the ancient world. Once I learned this a lot of the meaning of this book became much clearer for me.
This book answers (sort of) some of the questions left by Griffin and Sabine's adventures. It's a wonderful addition to a wonderful, eccentric set of stories and superb artwork that I re-visit on a regular basis. There is always something new to discover.