Jonathan brings together a film-maker’s skill for dramatic narrative with a classic and distinctive drawing style to create a page turner with children’s innate sense of what is right at its heart.

Julia Marshall, Publisher

The Inkberg Enigma


A graphic-novel mystery adventure for eight- to twelve-year-olds in which a girl and boy uncover the secret that has corrupted a town.



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  • Description

    Miro and Artemisia live in a sleepy fishing town nestled in the shadow of an ancient castle. Miro collects rare books; Misa is a budding photographer. The day they meet, they uncover a secret.
    Miro and Misa start to investigate, and their questions put them on the wrong side of the local fishermen and lead them to the mysterious heart of this small town, where the ocean stirs up unusual and dangerous creatures.
    The Inkberg Enigma is an exciting adventure with a strong filmic narrative. Jonathan King’s ligne claire drawing style nods to the Belgian and French classics alongside a modern storytelling sensibility drawn from his background in film.

  • Book Details

    Country of OriginNew Zealand
    Reader Age8-12 year
    Book Size

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