"During what seems like an ordinary museum visit, a tour guide lures Sunni and Blaise through a painted doorway-and they discover they've stepped into eighteenth-century London. When they realize their "tour guide" will do anything to get more information about what Sunni and Blaise know about magical paintings, they attempt to flee and encounter body snatchers, art thieves and forgers"-- Provided by publisher.
Fourteen-year-old Sunni, her stepbrother Dean, and an art-student friend trace the footsteps of a labyrinth built in Blackhope Tower by a mysterious and brilliant sixteenth-century artist, and suddenly find themselves trapped inside his enchanted painting, trying desperately to get out.
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