Publication date: July 2014
Twelve-year-old farm boy Benedict Dingle Flint is more of a dreamer than a fighter. But when he’s blown up, that all changes! He becomes Firebrand Flint, an accidental real life hero who, together with his best friend Alfie, joins the British Resistance and takes on the Nazis. The Bandits’ motto? Never say die, the war’s not over yet.
They’d shot his dad, then they’d come for his mother. Whenever Flint thought about it he cried. He was crying now, but blinking back the tears, and this was because Alfie had said, ‘They hang intellectuals and they shoot Resistance.’